As we sat and waited, some more of the other restaurants opened up. We took this opportunity to eat again. Let's face it, a couple of buns didn't really fill us up. It was a stepping stone to a real meal. We looked around and ended up at Ocean Empire. Their specialties included rice noodles dishes normally found in dim sum restaurants.
After we ordered at the cashier, we were given a ticket. We sat and watched the women work. They were making fresh rice noodles for our dishes. Woah, I was really impressed. Why can't we have something comparable in the States. That's dedication to freshness indeed. Below is our dish of cruller wrapped in noodles. The cruller itself wasn't crunchy enough. I assumed it had suffered from being pre-fried earlier. However, the noodle was soft and supple.
Hong Kong International Airport
Arrivals Meeters & Greeters Hall, Level 5
05:30 - 00:30