Year after year, I go back to the same stall to stock up on their original and ginger nian gao. They start selling around mid January so you have a good month or two to enjoy the once-a-year dessert. According to the ladies, making nian gao requires a lot of gong fu so the nian gao is not available all year round (yep, I asked).
Fat Kee Seafood Restaurant – the seafood is usually terrific, but on my last visit, I saw MSG crystals glistening on each piece of my favorite dish – salt and pepper fried beancurd. I think they dusted the plate with MSG before serving. All other dishes were super salty that day.
Word of caution: I would ask the chef to go easy on the salt and MSG.
Do you see what I see? As the minibus drove by, we saw people flying air planes. Apparently Po Toi O is know for remote control airplanes.