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Tuesday, 14 July 2015

SUMPTUOUS DINNER AT LUNG SHUN HIN SEAFOOD RESTAURANT, HONG KONG

Hong Kong, Day 2 - Dinner.

Our dinner appointment was at Lung Shun Hin Seafood Restaurant and when we arrived, Pete's wife and daughter were already seated at the table waiting for us. Pete's wife had ordered the food in advance and the moment we were seated comfortably, dinner was ready to be served.
For starter, we had the Roast Combination of BBQ Pork, Roast Pork, Chicken, etc.

Lobster Noodles with Superior soup.

Roast Goose - every mouthful was tasty, juicy and meaty.

Tender Roast Spring Chicken.

Salad rolls - tasty and crispy on the outside.

Deep Fried Calamari or Squid.

Deep Fried Pork Rib - tender and tasty.

Mixed vegetables - celery, sliced roast goose meat, radish, cashew nuts, etc.

Fish Maw, Black Mushrooms, etc. in clay pot.

Steamed Rice with Pork Rib, Mushroom, etc. steamed on lotus leaf in rattan tray.

Fried rice.

Winter Melon Soup consisting of Prawns, Roasted Duck stock, etc.

Winter melon soup very soothing for the body after a long day. We enjoyed extra helpings of this tasty, soothing soup.

Steamed Grouper Fish.

Steamed Abalone.

These abalones were very fresh and meaty, Yums, yums!

Thick succulent abalone!

Our tour leader taking his time to enjoy his piece of abalone.

And finally our desserts - Longevity buns with lotus paste as filling.

Black Sesame Paste Sweet Dessert and not to forget fresh oranges.

Since arriving in Hong Kong, we have been feasting on such overly scrumptious meals and our tummies have been working overtime.

While conversation was still going on, some of us went out to the balcony to catch some beautiful night view.

Breath-taking view from where we were standing.

For once I was not afraid to walk to the railing and look down to take this photo. I used to be so afraid that I would not want to go out to the balcony at all. All praise to Lord, Jesus Christ. It was a miracle!

Lung Shun Hin Seafood Restaurant

At the end of the dinner, there was so much of left-over. As we all do not like to waste good food, we agreed to pack up the left-over.

When you have eaten your fill, be sure to praise the LORD your God

for the good land He has given you.

But that is the time to be careful!

Beware that in your plenty you do not forget

the LORD your God and disobey His commands,

regulations, and decrees that I am giving you today.

Do not become proud at that time and

forget the LORD your God, who rescued you..

(Deuteronomy 8:10-11, 14, New Living Translation-NLT)

42 comments:

  1. aaaahh. everything looks so good!

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    1. Thank you, LiLi. Have a beautiful Wednesday!

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  2. Oh the fabulous food. My what a feast I had a bit of everything.

    Loved the view from the balcony. Glad you can do that now.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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    1. I agree it was a very big feast. Our HK host wanted to feed us well! A fabulous day to you too, Sandee!

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  3. The food looks great but the view is simply breathtaking!

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    1. Thank you, Ola. I really love the night view, yes, simply breathtaking!

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  4. wow, I will go for the lobsters noodle. Since there is abalone, is this meal more expensive than the RM300 per pax meal?

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    1. Mun, the lobster noodle is good! Compared to the seafood dinner at Sai Kung, this one is cheaper, even with the abalone.

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  5. Wow, that is a lot of food. So many things on the menu that I have never tasted and don't know if I will ever get to try. It was nice to see them. I enjoyed the night scenery photos too and am glad to hear that God helped you over your fear of heights. I feel the same when I am in open and high spaces. Blessings. x

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    1. Joyful, we had more than we can eat. Our host was so afraid that the food may not be enough. She was surprised we couldn't finish all the food!

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  6. such luxury meal! hong kong cooking somehow have that extra kick that cant get from Malaysia. I really miss hong koing food :P

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    1. Hong Kong is well known for good food and we get to enjoy all these good food. Malaysia has her own diverse styles of cooking. Back in Malaysia, I missed all the good food in HK.

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  7. Wow, all the food looks overwhelming and delicious! I love the shots of the city at night, gorgeous! Enjoy your day!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. I love the gorgeous night scene too!

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  8. Omg! Really sumptuous meal. I love all the dishes you had.

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    1. Rose, I am now missing all those good dishes! Have a lovely Wednesday!

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  9. Gosh, that was a good meal....virtual feasting is good for me :p

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    1. Ha ha..Elin, this trip to HK is just eating and eating all the good food only!

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  10. What a lovely dinner out! The calamari is my fave! T. http://tickledpinkwoman.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you, Tina. The calamari was well fried! Happy Wednesday!

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  11. What a scrumptous dinner. Not only the food looks great, the view was breath-taking too.

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    1. Irene, it was a beautiful night of feasting for the tummy and eyes! I was so please that the night pictures turned out well!

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    1. Haha..I know what you mean. A dozen of us couldn't finish that amount of food!

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  13. It all looks so good but so much food. My diet is vary humble when compared to this feast.
    Thanks for sharing your good fortune.
    Hugs,
    JB

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    1. Julia, this was not our daily diet. I would say this was a very huge feasting! Only for our trip in HK, we can't afford to eat like this every day!

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  14. Loves all the foods that you all had...

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    1. Thank you, Sharon. You definitely will, every thing is good!

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  15. Nancy, another big feast! I love all the dishes. Seems like roasted goose is popular here. The night view is stunning!

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    1. Phong Hong, Hong Kong is well known for her roasted goose. I love the night view too. I only managed to get these few good ones with my humble camera.

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  16. An amazing feast such wonderful looking food, and the views are certainly breath taking.

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    1. Thank you. We had an amazing evening of great food and breath taking night view of the city!

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  17. Fuiyoh. ..really feasting leh...so many lovely food

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    1. Eat first and sweat out later hahaa!

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  18. Fuiyoh. ..really feasting leh...so many lovely food

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    1. Thank you, Kathy. I admit we over feasted on all these lovely food!

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  19. Hi Nancy
    Yummy-licious sumptuous meals ... I'm drooling over those steamed abalones ....
    I missed HK .... beautiful night starry views, po lor bau, dim sum. .. haiz! Wish I could 'fly' over there now.

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    1. Drooling over all the yummy seafood and delicious dim sum? Hong Kong is the place to go!

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  20. Hi Nancy, wah... from first dish to the dessert, everything look awesome. I love the creamy black sesame dessert. :))

    Best regards
    Amelia

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    1. Hi Amelia, it was a lavish feast! It was my first time tasting the creamy black sesame dessert, very smooth, not too sweet and tasty.

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  21. Oh this is definitely gourmet, 'atas' level food already. Must have been sumptuous.

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    1. Very, very sumptuous! Have a lovely day, Stacy!

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