The final day of my holiday had arrived and I wanted to have one roast meat feast before heading off for the airport.
I wanted to try somewhere new that I’d walked past a number of times in the Tsim Sha Tsui area and so I found myself walking into Kai Kee Restaurant on Prat Avenue.
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Easy to find, right across the road from the Kowloon Shangri-La is Yat Chui Pavilion Dim Sum which is, as the name suggests, a Dim Sum restaurant.
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Fung Ming Yuen is a typical Chinese eatery in East Tsim Sha Tsui on the ground floor of New Mardarin Plaze Block A overlooking the concrete Centenerary Garden.
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My time in Amsterdam was coming to a close so for my last lunch I decided to find a small cafe by a canal for a bite to eat and a couple of beers after doing a circuit on one of the canal boats.
I jumped off at the Hermitage Amsterdam and headed over the Skinny Bridge made famous in the James Bond movie “Diamonds are forever” in 1971.
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