Goose meat is a great source of animal protein. As the matter of fact, goose (red meat) contains more myoglobin (an iron-and-oxygen-binding protein) than white meat like chicken or fish. Today, you're lucky enough to be invited to share this juicy plate of roast goose with me, at Sham Tseng Chan Kee Roasted Goose(深井陳記燒鵝茶餐廳), a well-known Chinese restaurant in Mong Kok, Hong Kong.
Want more? Let's have some roast suckling pig too xD
And stir fried kai-lan (Chinese broccoli) since we've already got two meats.
Bid goodbye and ready for some street shopping!
Ladies' Street (女人街) aka Tung Choi Street (通菜街), a popular street markets situated between Boundary Street and Dundas Street. I bought nothing but just a key chain here cause the stall owners (especially those old ladies from Shen Zhen or somewhere else of China Mainland) would start cursing you to hell (in ridiculously funny improper Cantonese) if you were to spend more than 1 minute checking their stuff without leaving one in your hand. I was seriously pissed!
廿四味 was exactly what I needed that time, to cool myself down and my boi too. He got chased away while standing in front of one of the stalls waiting for me, being complained that he was blocking other customers from going into his stall, when apparently there wasn't anybody around at all, not even a single fly.
Argyle Street（亞皆老街), the four-lane dual-way thoroughfare in Mong Kok.
Hui Lau Shan (許留山). We'll be here to check out more of their desserts later tonight!