Friday, 26 February 2016

The L❁❤E of Wan Chai is back

This shop used to be round the corner on Spring garden lane famous for its $16 bowl of wonton noodles.
It closed down a while ago and now they are back at Cross Lane.

I was surprised to see they were back and the prices are still the same and there is still that lovely prawn smell around the area which is how I discovered this shop.
The new place is better and spacious and I hope it keeps that way because it is very clean at the moment.
One of the ladies there had excellent linguistic skills, she could speak English, Philipino and Cantonese.
Prices are still $16 for noodles and a topping.





Sauces at the table: soy sauce, vinegar, fish sauce and chili oil.





I got the flat rice noodles with wontons and the wontons are still springy and fresh.



The white fishballs were ok but I just wanted the noodles because I was craving for that weird alkaline taste.

After having the noodles, the COKE is recommended because it helps neutralize the Alkaline in the mouth and bottled coke always tastes better.


Kuen Kee Won Ton Noodle
10 Cross Lane, Wanchai
權記雲吞麵
灣仔交加街10號舖地下

Monday, 1 February 2016

Space out cookies from I.E Kitchen

I got these “Space out” cookies from I.E Kitchen Academie, which were featured on the newspaper recently.
They come in a silver tin with six flavours..



The cookies were crumbly and gone within a flash when I shared them.

Here were the six flavours in the tin:
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Naughty Boy:
This square cookie with raspberry in the middle looked like my childhood Jammie dodger favourite.
The raspberry jam in the middle was tart and made it stand out from the other cookies.
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Rosette:
Shaped just like a rosette, these were buttery and crumbly that they melted in your mouth.
According to IE, they are made with butter from New Zealand.
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The Elegance:
These are for people with a sweet tooth and the sweetness is not cloyingly sweet with pieces of white chocolate and hazelnuts.
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Tangy Honey:
The Tangy Honey had a nice citrus smell with pieces of fruit peel and yuzu flavouring.
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The Triple C:
This flavour is for coffee lovers because it has a strong coffee taste packed with lots of cashew nuts that you can see.
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Joyful:
The joyful looked like biscotti with lots of pistachio nuts in it that gave it a lovely pistachio aroma.
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The cookies cost $208 with six flavours inside.

For discounts and free delivery eligibility please visit their FB.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/IE-Kitchen-Academie-Culinaire/672755172812437
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