Continuing my blabs about our Hong Kong Trip..
After that tiring day at HK Disneyland, we went back to our hotel and prepared ourselves for a light dinner before we call it a day.
After a little rest and freshening up, we went down the lobby and head on to Hollywood and Dine to have dinner. Hollywood and Dine is a quick-service restaurant featuring open display cases where guests are able to choose from a selection of sandwiches, fresh fruit, juice and salads. Congee, dim sum and noodles are also available as well as selection of European-style patries.
The kids ask for fried chicken, but sad to say they don’t have it. So instead we ordered this one for them:
Roasted Turkey (leg part)
It tasted sweet like our native tocino and it was big enough you’ll get full with just a piece. Unfortunately, our kids did not liked it. They just toyed on their food and ran here and there. My Mom and I were the one who feasted on this meat. While hubby ordered this for himself:
Congee? Noodles? (Not sure what’s the exact name of this)
Dinner at Hollywood and Dine
(They don’t served water in every meal instead you have to buy it separately. A bottle of water cost HK$12)
Recycled Tissue Paper
Wouldn’t miss to share this conversation with you:
My daughter asked for tissue paper because she wanted to wipe her mouth. Hubby had to ask for a tissue paper at the counter. I don’t know but in all our food trip in HK, we have to really ask for it unlike in our country where every meal is automatically served with tissue paper. Upon giving it to my daughter, my Erin girl exclaimed, “Ay bakit ganito kulay maitim?!”, we told her that its okay because its a recycled tissue paper. Though we knew she don’t know what a recycled paper is, we did not further elaborate it to her because she already said in a loud voice “Ayoko na gamitin yan, pangit naman tissue sa Hong Kong, madumi!” hahaha! Kids! There were few Pinoys inside the restaurant that time and they all looked at us smiling at my naughty daughter.