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Thursday, 16 July 2015

BREAKFAST AT NGAU TAU KOK MARKET, HONG KONG

Hong Kong, Day 3 - Breakfast.

After we have taken a walk around the market, we made our way to the food centre for our breakfast. According to Pete and also some of my friends who have been there before, good and tasty food can be found here in the market.
Approaching the entrance to the cooked food centre via the connecting walkway.

Too many choices especially for first timers.

Everything looks good...

Everything also want to try...

Fried wheat crullers.

Roast meat.

First, we need to find a place to seat down.

A place near to the stalls where we ordered our food.

A glass of hot coffee.

A glass of iced lemon tea and a glass of iced tea with milk.

Pork chop and sausage noodle in soup.

Butter on toast bread.

Fish slices, century egg and peanut porridge (2 bowls).

Loaded with fish slices, century egg and peanuts.

Minced meat and peanut porridge (1 bowl).

Porridge consisting of peanuts, seafood slices, etc. I can't remember all the ingredients, but I can say this was the most tasty porridge compared to all the others. Very delicious and sweet (2 bowls).

A bowl of wanton to be shared.

Minced meat filling of big sized wanton.

Simple fried noodle with bean sprout, vegetarian style, to be shared.

A plate of dried shrimp Chee Cheong Fun, to be shared.

That was our breakfast for 7 people.

Walking on a connecting walkway.

Just passing by. On our way to meet up with our friends for a trip to Macau.

Linking to Good Fences.

Dear friends, do not believe everyone who claims to speak by the Spirit.

You must test them to see if the Spirit they have comes from God.

For there are many false prophets in the world.

(1 John 4:1, New Living Translation-NLT)

48 comments:

  1. Everything looks so great. Really spoilt for choice. It's good idea to order varieties to be shared among all so that can taste everything.

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    1. Sharing enables us to be able to taste more varieties.

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  2. Nice....esp the century egg porridge...yummy. Csnt wait for your Macau post. Thanks for sharing Nan :)

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  3. Nancy, that's a sumptuous breakfast. I like!

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    1. Phong Hong, very good and yummy breakfast, we love the porridge!

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  4. The pork is the best option for me..

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    1. The pork & sausage noodle also very tasty.

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  5. Such a good idea to share all the different varieties of food, it all looks good.

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    1. Thank you and enjoy a beautiful Thursday!

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  6. Again I can't help but notice the variety for breakfast. Our breakfast is so very different than the one your are feasting on. Those cooks must have to start work very early to prepare this grteat variety of food.
    Hugs,
    JB

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    1. Julia, the cooks normally will have to start very early to prepare the food.

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  7. Hello Nancy, interesting food choices for breakfast. It does look yummy! Thanks for sharing, enjoy your day!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. Have a fabulous day!

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  8. So much food to choose from.

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    1. On my own I wouldn't know what to choose.

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  9. i always stand there with 'too many choices' at a new place, too. :)

    LOVE the huge pillars with writing on them for a gate.

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    1. Took the picture of pillars even though I do not know the meaning of the writing.

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  10. I love to eat at new places but always prefer that someone has recommended it to me.
    Thanks for sharing this interesting food.

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    1. Without recommendation we may end up with some food we may not like.

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    1. Its very busy. At peak time not easy to get a table.

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  12. You're taking me back 30 years... the food hasn't changed at all. I'm hungry now!

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    1. Good to know that this place remains the same all this years.

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  13. I'm having my morning coffee Nancy and breakfast is just around the corner. Yours looks much better than mine is going to be. You really did do your vacation up right.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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    1. Thanks, Sandee. Thanks to our host Pete who knows what food to recommend to us.

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  14. Amazing food. Some very interesting and I'm not sure that I would want to eat but must of them I'd like to try and others I know I want to eat, especially Fried Noodle with Bean Sprout, Pork chop and sausage noodle in soup & A plate of dried shrimp. Yum, Yum, Yum.
    Have a fantastic day Nancy. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Thanks, Paul. I am sure you would love both the noodles. A fantastic day to you too.

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  15. So many interesting food choices for breakfast

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    1. Margaret, these are only just a few that we can manage to eat...Lol!

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  16. I like the look of the chee cheong fun. Looks really tasty!

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    1. Yes, Mun. The chee cheong fun is really good and tasty!

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  17. Dried shrimp chee cheong fun looks delicious.

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    1. It is delicious. Have a lovely day!

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  18. Much more different things than I usually see for breakfast, looks very good!
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    1. We were spoilt for choice. Have a lovely day!

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  19. Porridege, noodles and dimsum. Perfect for breakfast.

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    1. A satisfying breakfast. Yums...lol!

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  20. I love the impressive variety of Asian food places!

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    1. Our Asian food also has varieties of flavour and tastes.

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  21. a perfect breakfast.. You always share amazing photos of yummy food.. <3

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    1. Thank you, Shahneela. Have a beautiful day!

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  22. What an interesting place to eat. I must say it is very different from what we eat for breakfast. I'm not sure I'd try some of the food as it's so different from what I'm use to eating and I'm not the adventureous type. It's good that they have such a wide variety though. The Cruller would be my choice or the noodles.

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    1. Crullers and noodles are the safest to try. There are many more choices which I think you will like too.

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