Sunday, August 28, 2011

Temple Street (廟街) and Tak Kee Food Stall (廟街得記大排檔)


Temple Street (廟街) and Tak Kee Restaurant (廟街得記大排檔)
Temple Street (廟街) is a place which I've know through Young and Dangerous (古惑仔), the popular Hong Kong series that I watched growing up. And after so many years, we're finally here standing right in front of the street!

Temple Street (廟街) and Tak Kee Restaurant (廟街得記大排檔)
Posers ;p

Temple Street (廟街) and Tak Kee Restaurant (廟街得記大排檔)
There were people from all over the world...

Temple Street (廟街) and Tak Kee Restaurant (廟街得記大排檔)
Guess what does most of the stalls here selling? Sex toys, haha!

Temple Street (廟街) and Tak Kee Restaurant (廟街得記大排檔)
Nothing much to see or buy, to be honest.

Temple Street (廟街) and Tak Kee Restaurant (廟街得記大排檔)
Let's have something for dinner then. Tak Kee Food Stall at Temple Street (廟街得記大排檔) sounds good enough. It's one of those "must-try" when you come to Hong Kong.

Temple Street (廟街) and Tak Kee Restaurant (廟街得記大排檔)
Stir Fried Clams with Fermented Soy Beans and Chili (鼓椒炒蚬).

Temple Street (廟街) and Tak Kee Restaurant (廟街得記大排檔)
San Miguel Pale Pilsen, the Filipino brand beer brewed in Hong Kong.

Temple Street (廟街) and Tak Kee Restaurant (廟街得記大排檔)
Chao Zhou Oyster Cake (潮州蚝饼). Everyone was like, "Whoa, that's a really big plate of fried oysters!" They were so crunchy and delicious that you wouldn't wanna stop until you finish the whole plate. 

Temple Street (廟街) and Tak Kee Restaurant (廟街得記大排檔)
Fried Noodles (鼓油王炒面), a simple but tasty dish.

Temple Street (廟街) and Tak Kee Restaurant (廟街得記大排檔)
Fried Quails (炸鹌鹑).

Temple Street (廟街) and Tak Kee Restaurant (廟街得記大排檔)
Some signature dishes of the restaurant such as Babylonias (花螺), mantis shrimps (虾姑) and crabs (螃蟹). You know I luuurve seafood, but sea nails? Eew!!!

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