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Old 13-05-2007, 11:49 AM   #1501
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Old 13-05-2007, 11:54 AM   #1502
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AE line ...

i had the same picture while i was there 3 years ago
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Old 13-05-2007, 11:56 AM   #1503
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u stayed at yau ma tei?
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Old 13-05-2007, 11:57 AM   #1504
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i had the same picture while i was there 3 years ago
guess much of the stuffs dint change much bah.
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Old 13-05-2007, 11:57 AM   #1505
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u stayed at yau ma tei?
ya, in between jordan and yau ma tei

i stayed at eaton hotel, beside nathan hotel.

opposite ish temple st riaos

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Old 13-05-2007, 12:06 PM   #1506
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ya, in between jordan and yau ma tei

i stayed at eaton hotel, beside nathan hotel.

opposite ish temple st riaos

i'll be staying at ymca international house..on top of yau ma tei station i think...u got pass by it?
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Old 13-05-2007, 12:15 PM   #1507
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i'll be staying at ymca international house..on top of yau ma tei station i think...u got pass by it?

erm ... i dint notice ... but i did saw like majestic, prudential further down ...

dorsett seaview ish quite nearby temple st also.
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Old 13-05-2007, 12:31 PM   #1508
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i went to this place at causewaybay mtr exit A, walk around and came upon this cha chan ting selling egg tarts, bought one and omg its damn freaking nice!

i dunno how u guys gonna find this cafe but the egg tarts is realy nice! took a pic of the cafe

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Old 13-05-2007, 12:42 PM   #1509
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i went to this place at causewaybay mtr exit A, walk around and came upon this cha chan ting selling egg tarts, bought one and omg its damn freaking nice!

i dunno how u guys gonna find this cafe but the egg tarts is realy nice! took a pic of the cafe


safe to say that on average, a meal at these cha chan ting would cost around hk$50 to hk$80?
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Old 13-05-2007, 01:16 PM   #1510
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safe to say that on average, a meal at these cha chan ting would cost around hk$50 to hk$80?
cha chan ting quite ex and should be ard hkd 38-100 depending on what you order
the cheapest i tried was 38 for a plate of food
then there are set meals which usually cost like 48-58 for drinks and food
and more expensive for more side dishes

hmm...if u see the pics, u would see that someting is going for $38. claypot noodles

anyway, breakfast have to go to dimsum restaurant to eat, cheap and good...

everytime when comes to bf, i am proud to mention that my gf and i went to dimsum restaurant and ordered 12 plates of food for only HKD100
ordered food like har gao, xiu mai, carrot cake, veges,chee cheong fun, etc etc...

prices ranges from 4.8 to 10.8

wait, i go post some pics of the menu we took last december
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Old 13-05-2007, 01:24 PM   #1511
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will upload more pics later...taking a long time to upload...1.5mb each photo
still got some pics of food i ate at shenzhen...damn cheap too

will post them later after my lunch...now hungry liao, going back to hk (transit) on 20th jun to 23rd jun....yum yum.....dimsum here i come..

now...haiz, coffeeshop food for lunch,lol
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Old 13-05-2007, 03:02 PM   #1512
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anyone eaten at that Jumbo before? It is so famous I would really like to give it a try for my next visit there. But depends on pricing. Anyone knows?
Long ago :-) The price is about the same as those in town, so its not that expensive. Note that Jumbo is closed for maintenance till early May, so you better check if its already open. The neighbouring Tak Pak ( or something like tat ) floating restaurant is open though, so you can always try that.
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Old 13-05-2007, 03:39 PM   #1513
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cha chan ting quite ex and should be ard hkd 38-100 depending on what you order
the cheapest i tried was 38 for a plate of food
then there are set meals which usually cost like 48-58 for drinks and food
and more expensive for more side dishes

hmm...if u see the pics, u would see that someting is going for $38. claypot noodles

anyway, breakfast have to go to dimsum restaurant to eat, cheap and good...

everytime when comes to bf, i am proud to mention that my gf and i went to dimsum restaurant and ordered 12 plates of food for only HKD100
ordered food like har gao, xiu mai, carrot cake, veges,chee cheong fun, etc etc...

prices ranges from 4.8 to 10.8

wait, i go post some pics of the menu we took last december
Disagree. Cha Chan Ting is really quite cheap for the quality.
My son had a fried rice with fresh prawns for about HKD28, I had prawn noodles again with big juicy prawns for HKD38. The standard is equivalent to Crystal Jade Restaurant, (and not the usual lousy Zi Char standard here) at about 2/3 of the price.

Dim sum prices vary. The dim sum lunch I had at Celestial Court cost about HKD6-700 for 4 pax.
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Old 13-05-2007, 03:43 PM   #1514
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i changed S$1k, enough bo?
Depends on what you buy/eat, for me, I usually change ~$1k per day in HK. But of course, this is the daily expenditure for 2 adults and 2 kids. More, if there are specific things that I/my wife want to buy.
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Old 13-05-2007, 03:57 PM   #1515
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>> anyone eaten at that Jumbo before? It is so famous I would really like to give it a try for my next visit there. But depends on pricing. Anyone knows?

It is famous for being a floating restaurant but that's about it; if going for food, it's not that great.
I recall it wasn't worth the while the last time I ate there. (Imagine, you are tired and hungry but wiat, you still have to take a "sampan" across and then tip the sampan lady or risk being told off.

There are many better restaurants in town eg Golden Baihinua at Wan Chai HKCC.
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