Working in the travel industry, I have an opportunity and obligation to see the world. Though most of my travels last only a day or two at a time, I manage to swig an espresso (or three) and get on with the party. Follow me as I shamelessly devour the foods of the land, (over)indulge in the local beer and wine, and discover new cities with old friends.
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This banquet hall serves a more upscale dim sum
than Tim Ho Wan, but with the upscale atmosphere comes higher prices! The room
is large and bright, with delicate plates and silverware. The servers with
pushcarts came around with various plates that we shared via lazy susan at our
large round table. The soup dumplings
were my favorite. It’s like a foodie game, how to pick one up and eat it
without it popping or spilling any of the soupy contents within. The pork buns
were excellent… haven’t had a bad one yet in Hong Kong...
Inside Maxim's Palace
Some plates on the lazy susan
Carefully eating a soup dumpling, shrimp and corn roll, pork buns