We were in Taiwan late April celebrating my mom’s birthday and made a quick side trip to Hong Kong, where any food enthusiast can feel overwhelmed by the wealth of dining options. As a fan of afternoon tea and its eastern counterpart – dim sum – here is a glimpse of our experience at the Lobster Bar & Grill and Yan Toh Heen.  Can you spot a speck of gold on that dumpling?Dim sumdim sumdim sum

Dim sumMango puddingHave I ever had a better afternoon tea experience in the past?  Perhaps, yes.  But those mini lobster rolls (below) were scrumptious!  And the dessert cakes were not only tasty but very pretty to look at. Afternoon teaAfternoon teaAfternoon teaAfternoon teaAfternoon teaAfternoon teaExcuse the windswept stringy hair, but sightseeing and stuffing your face can take its toll.  Other trip highlights include: Victoria’s peak (view below), dinner at Zuma (Japanese food), and the Yoshitomo Nara exhibit at the Asia Society.Hong Kong

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