Game changer cocktails and proper truffle fries at Quinary in an awesome little labyrinth area of bars and restaurants and cute curio shops. Only downside is the like 200 stairs on the way there. Nothing like ordering your whiskey sour while dabbing the sweat from your brow.
Tasting menu at Rōnin did not disappoint in the slightest! People describing great Japanese food as full of "delicate flavors" always struck me as sounding a bit dull, but I completely get it now. Everything was so subtle and layered and perfectly complimented, I could have kissed the chief on the mouth after the snow crab with uni came out.
Elbowed our way through the queue and into a teeny tiny restaurant serving some of the best roast goose in Hong Kong according to the Michelin guide. Once I got the hang of eating around the bones, it was to die for. We capped if off with soy sauce chicken and wonton soup, and climbed back down the steps to the ferry.
Hanging out in the middle of the most elaborate mall I've ever been inside. There's like 5 Chanel's in here. Why? How? Who even? We popped in (along with what feels like the entire population of Hong Kong) to grab a Korean desert Akoni's been craving. Shaved ice topped with a red bean sauce and powder. Wasn't really my cup of tea, but I don't have a huge sweet tooth. We're hanging out resting our feet until the harbor tour starts at 8. Turns out it's doesn't matter where they are, I hate malls. Too many slow walking people and screaming children.
Spent the day exploring Victoria Peak and the central neighborhood! Crowded but beautiful. It really showed how insanely large the city is here, amazing.