Brickhouse, Bun Me, & Tai Hing

Hong Kong restaurants are ridiculously packed. Your always going to be needing a reservation..but in the past month; last minute spurs led to last minute meals. Nonetheless, they all did they trick. No reservations needed 🙂

1) Tay Tay & I stopping at the agency

Mochi Treats for the agency

 ....Random outing #1! Brickhouse for Happy Hour 🙂

The Gorgeous Vanessa and always beautiful Taylor R.
Her drink was fruity(rasberries), spicy with a kick..hint of jalapeño, and fresh (vodka?)  😉 Diabla!

2) Working days :) For example, I grabbed ‘Bun Me’ and hopped on over to Marek’s

 With my awesome hair stylist Keith at Marek’s Art of Hair. He’s dolling me up for work event! I forced him to smile 😉
Often a nice cool vanilla latte keeps me buzzing along!
This working day, I got myself some Viet food and ate over at the salon
I LOVE bread and Vietnamese Baguettes remind me so much of good ol’ college days! So this baguette nicely tied me over! I’ve returned countless times!

3) Casting Days! Late Lunch/Afternoon tea with sister dear who works over in Wan Chai at Time Out Hong Kong!! 🙂 Tai Hing it is…HK style cafes :))))

Getting ready to feast!! I’m not sure what happened with the lighting on the camera 😉

Char Siu…I could go on and on about this dish. Tai Hing’s supposedly the roast specialist, but this was slightly bland and tough to chew

We were still craving something else…so Roasted Goose it was!! This was slightly better, but lacking in flavour and hard! :/

Jie…Mmm Mmm Mmm…Meaty Meals 🙂

Brickhouse (None)
G/F, 20A D’Aguilar St, 
Central, Hong Kong

Bun Me! 2581 0000
Shop A, G/F, Sen Fat Building,
No.6 Bonham Strand
Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

Tai Hing 2576 8961
G/F, Shop K, Po Ming Blgd. 
49-57 Lee Garden Road,
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

<3 Always, Jess