A bonafide 'hole in the wall.' I had some of the best dim sum plates here, ordering lor mai gai (chicken steamed in lotus leaf w/ glutinous rice), chee cheong fun (rice flour noodle rolls), and siew mai (steamed pork wrappers w/ roe). All about $5USD.
I spent some time in Kowloon Park, an oasis of calm in the middle of the bustling city, hours before my flight. It's a really peaceful place, especially on a Monday morning when most people are heading to work/school.
This skyline view was one I found surreal in photos since I was a child. I spent longer than I planned on here, looking over the long buildings jutting out from below, and the faint horizon of faded city lights from across Victoria Harbour.
Only 12 seats, but I had no wait since I was alone. Had a creamy bowl of the Red King (spicy) w/ thin noodles. The owner tried 800 ramen shops in Japan before finding his chef who he convinced to join him in HK. Gotta try the Black King (squid ink).