Thursday, October 8, 2015

Hong Kong's Cafe

In some desperate need for comfort food.  For me, it's Hong Kong Street food.  Ok, not totally street you do go to a store, but they're everywhere, it's super convenient to go grab a bite.
I got Ying Yang, which is mix of coffee & milk tea.  As alot of people think, it's half and half as the name implied, but it's not true.  Wiki can tell you all about it.
Got my favorite Won Ton Noodles.  It's not the ones you get from the American Chinese restaurant.  Usually they make their own wonton fresh, and the noodle is egg noodle to boot.  Rather veggie comes with or not, it's up to the place.  The main thing about the wonton is that it is more meat than the 'skin'.  Alot of places gives you tons of the 'skin' which is also noodles in itself, but not alot of filling.  But this is the opposite, or rather, more authentic.  Now, I want another.

Hong Kong's Cafe
9108 Bellaire Blvd
Houston, TX

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