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On Temple St., Jordan, there is one 避風塘 style seafood restaurant called 竹家莊(zuk1 gaa1 zong1).
避風塘 style food is mainly spicy and salty, and frying is used for many dishes.
Many kinds of Big crab, shrimp, clam, mussel and squilla(mantis shrimp) etc. are used for the dishes.


Location reference.



Around Temple St.
Seeing North Side.....
This shot was taken by D700 + Vivita 19mm....

2009:06:06 18:54:44

Near by 竹家莊....
Seeing West side......
As a Korean, Hongkong pawn shop looks interesting.
Most of pawn shop has this kind of door or gate structure.
This shop design brings me a sort of classic.

Classic in the urban life......
(D700+Vivitar 19mm)
2009:06:06 18:55:06

In front of the Zuk Ga Zong.....
Night is coming.....
(D700+Vivitar 19mm)

2009:06:06 18:56:12


In fact, I often go to this restaurant with Korean freinds.
In TST area, somehow this restaurant's food tastes "not bad",
and also they have sorts of spicy food Korean people may like.

One big advantage is that they sell Korean "So-ju(소주)" at the price of 38 HKD.
Usually, in HK's Korean Restaurants, Korean So-ju costs 65-70HK per bottle.
In Korea, So-ju is one of the cheapest alchole.......

If you really want to drink So-ju in HK, this place could be one of options.....

Medium spicy.... Mussel dish....
The source was good to mix with white rice. You can have your rice in more YUMMU way!

2009:06:06 19:10:52

A kind of clam....
Of course, I don't know the exact name.... (T.T )

2009:06:06 19:10:59


Is this called 菜芯, isn't this?
With garlic based source....
This was delicious, we ordered one dish more.

2009:06:06 19:13:07

Clam-thing again....
However this time, we tried "Soup(湯)" style. Good!

2009:06:06 19:29:31


My L & Y brothers, we fully enjoyed those 3 kinds of clam-thing dishes.....


After dinner, we went to Harbour side and drank juice in Starbucks......
(D700+Vivitar 19mm)

2009:06:06 21:14:26


- White rice (白飯) really goes well with the spicy mussel dish................... in HK - 




 

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  1. Binna Choi 2009.06.08 23:48 신고 Address Modify/Delete Reply

    These pics make my mouth water! +_+ I love the clam too, don't know the name either though.

    • Favicon of http://andyjin.com BlogIcon Andy Jin™ 2009.06.09 00:00 신고 Address Modify/Delete

      Hm.... maybe later... guest "yagnropnadneb" can help us to know the exact name... I hope....

      He/She knows a lot... I think. Let's wait. :)

  2. yagnropnadneb 2009.06.09 11:25 신고 Address Modify/Delete Reply

    hmm, in chinese saying, mussels are called 青口

  3. yagnropnadneb 2009.06.09 14:50 신고 Address Modify/Delete Reply

    that's 蜆

  4. Jenny Kang 2009.06.11 01:15 신고 Address Modify/Delete Reply

    It seems the restaurant is very near my office. Thanks for the info, I will try someday soon. ^^

    • Favicon of http://andyjin.com BlogIcon Andy Jin™ 2009.06.11 08:33 신고 Address Modify/Delete

      예... 꼭 드셔보세요. 괜찮아요.

      아 그리고 매운 음식은 시키실 때 매운 정도를 말해주세요.... 얼마나 매운 것을 원하시는 지.... :)

    • Favicon of http://andyjin.com BlogIcon Andy Jin™ 2009.06.11 14:47 신고 Address Modify/Delete

      아.. 그나저나 제니님은 홍콩탐방/탐험 소풍에 관심 있으신지요? 홍콩 계신 분들 중에 사람들 모아서.....
      카메라 들고 소풍이라도 함 추진해볼까 해서영...

      생각있으시면.. 답글이나 댓글... 콜 입니다. :)