To reiterate, our apartment is on top of the train station and a mall, called Elements. There are several restaurants in Elements, and we are working our way through them. One Chinese restaurant always has a line outside, no matter what time of day. A few weeks ago, we finally decided to see what the fuss was about, and now we are hooked! We went there again this weekend. The restaurant makes homemade noodles for its noodle soup, and as expected, noodle soup is what most people order. The “type” of soup you order only varies by the add-in which is served in a separate bowl. This time Erik ordered a soup where the noodles were stir fried before adding the broth. I ordered bean curd skin and mushrooms—the same as I ordered last time. I love bean curd skin! We also ordered vegetable dim sum. Overall, the food is very simple and tasty at this restaurant.
In September 2007, my husband, Erik, and I moved to Hong Kong. This blog lets our friends and family know what were're doing. Anyone who stumbles on it is welcome to follow along! I am trying to show a small glimpse into our lives and into the Hong Kong lifestyle. We love this city!