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McDonalds Exhibition in Tai Koo, Thai Food: #AITKitchenInHK: Day 5

We started a long day of travelling at a Cafe de Coral which is a cheap eatery that is popular with all Hong Kongers. It’s a good way to have a quick and delicious food for a reasonable price. You can pretty much find a CDC or its very close cousin, Fairwood, in every town and shopping centre. I fancied something other than rice so I chose the Spaghetti Bolognese with Iced Milk Tea, which cost just $40HKD.  
We went to Tai Koo where there was a McDonalds showcase, showing everything from past Happy Meal toys to Ronald McDonald! I know we’ve had a lot of McDonalds on this trip so far but even I thought this was excessive, however it was a good opportunity to get lots of photos. Then we went to Causeway Bay to take more photos!

Talking of McDonalds, we had to cool ourselves off – and curb our hunger pangs after 6 hours – with some Oreo and Mango McFlurry. It was definitely a strange combination but it did work together.

For dinner, after watching some filming for something on TVB (the main Hong Kong TV network) in Kowloon Tong, we headed off to Tai Wai where we found a Thai restaurant. I have never eaten in a Thai restaurant before so I was excited to try. We ordered hot and sour chicken feet, minced pork lettuce cups, a whole fish, Phnom Penh prawn rice noodles, seafood rice in a whole pineapple and satay chicken and pork skewers. We enjoyed everything so we ordered another set of chicken skewers as we only had 1 each but the skewers were raw!! Bleurgh! We sent them back and got them taken off our bill but wasn’t a pleasant way to end our experience.

 Remember you can keep up with my holiday using #AITKitchenInHK!


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