We reached Jervois Street @ 8pm,
and pottered around to find Tim's Kitchen....
can't find it can't find it can't find it
took out my soiled map and trying to read in the dark.
walked to the both ends and in exasperation I had to ask a local.
Monkey: "halloo....ek skews me, cheng man Tim's Kitchen hai pin nar???"
*u had to speak like a hongkie otherwise they'll ask u to go/pretend not to understand u*
Hongkie ah beng: "eaaaaaaaa..........*pointing aimlessly*"
JS whispered to me: "Maybe u should ask for Tim's chui fong"
-_- where got such cacat name one?!?!?!?!??!
Anyway I called the owner and got her to direct us.
-_- -_- -_-
Glass prawn with chinese dried ham
Why is the prawn so white??
why is it so crunchy???
why is it soooo damn sweet?????
The reason we can't find this exclusive place coz
its signage was in chinese...
even it's was chinese, the name wasn't Tim's Kitchen or Tim's Chui Fong
it was some dunno wat wat wat GARDEN...
braised crab pincer with winter melon
This place serves only cantonese food
and u bettter book super duper advance..
coz there's only 6 tables..
έξι *that's 6 in greek*
crab pincer *yes we lurve pincers* deep fried with chili
something like "chiu yim"
this one was super tasty.
One for each ain't enuff.
Tim's Kitchen offers different dining experience:
1) u book early to grab any of the 6 tables
2) u order what u wanna eat days in advance coz the Chef will only buy the groceries on the same day u are dining to ensure freshness of all his ingredients.
crispy fried spring chicken
the meat was so smooth and the skin was think and crispy.
according to JS, they actually don't dip the whole chicken in hot oil,
they air dried the chicken after boiling it....
and hot oil-bathed the chicken.
I dunno which fish to order over the phone...
"just get me a small fish for 4 person"
pork rib braised with bittergourd
sounds like very home cooked food eh?
definitely very very yummy.
the pork rib was tender to every single bite.
fried rice with crab meat and egg white
look at the grain!!!
I don't like my fried rice all lumped together.
we took the most efficient mode of transport - MTR
fr Sheung Wan to Central (Chung Wan)
at Lan Kwai Foong
nothing much but full of expatriates
and it's too crowded
yep HK the city that never sleeps
*look at my sleepy face*
bunked into Intercontinental Hotel for a drink
the lounge has a magnificent view of HK island.
I'm a freak for lychees at the moment...
throw me anything to do with lychees,
G/F, 93 Jervois Street,
Tel: +852 2543 5919