Hello everyone! Apologies for the lack of posts, was too tired from the trip and was further made busy by moving the entire contents of my room because of the upcoming renovation at home, so had to take a short blogging break. But as promised, here's my first food post on where to eat in Hong Kong!
Ajisen Ramen has been an old family favorite for a number of years now. This is always the first restaurant we eat in when we land in Hong Kong because it's conveniently located right smack in the middle of the Hong Kong airport (there's also one in the departure hall so you can eat it when you arrive and before you leave Hong Kong). We've eaten here tens of times already and tried a number of their dishes, but there's one dish that we never ever forget to order: Tenderous Pork Rib. It's the best! Imagine the soft bone of pork, cooked so well that it almost melts in your mouth. No exaggerations here, it really is that soft! I've never recommended it to anyone who didn't like it. It's available in either short order or on top of ramen as seen below:
It was early in the morning when we landed in Hong Kong. Just in time for breakfast. Hubby and I shared the ramen, but we wanted to have something light to nibble on too, so we got the gyoza. We both liked how juicy it was and the amount of filling inside was just right.
Overall I'd give Ajisen Ramen a 4.8 out of 5 stars. So next time you find yourself in Hong Kong, be sure to try out Ajisen Ramen. The Tenderous Pork Rib is a definite must try!
Ajisen Ramen is at the Hong Kong International Airport, with branches all over Hong Kong.