NYC Trip Part I: Revisiting Favorite Food Places

10:57 AM

We arrived around 6-7 AM which was really early. Usually it takes about 7-8 hours for us to get to NYC by bus. It was still dark and nothing was opened so we stopped by my cousin's grandpa's place to hang out for a few hours before heading down to get some food. We decided to get some Asian buns/pastries and a hot drink at the nearby bakery cafe - Taipan Bakery. This is the bakery cafe we always stop by since it's close and a little cheaper than the other nearby ones. 
After we got our food, we went back to my cousin's grandpa's because there was no space to sit in Taipan Bakery. I always get a hot ying yang milk tea and a few egg tarts. My favorites! 

I thought we were going to go get dim sum after our little breakfast/snack from the bakery, but my parents said we weren't going to go until around 1 when we meet up with my other relatives. My usual peeps and I were a little disappointed because if we had knew we would have gotten more at the bakery cafe haha. (We're all fatties).

So while the parents went grocery shopping, we went to another place to get food. 
We were here last time and thought the wonton noodles were REALLY good. Bf was basically obsessed with coming back to NYC to just to go to this place, but he didn't even end up ordering the wonton noodles! LOL. 
We ordered stir-fried beef noodles and suimai to share.
I didn't really have an appetite since it was still quite early in the morning. (I usually don't eat until almost a hour after I wake up. I just don't have a big appetite in the mornings). Otherwise, I would have ordered the woton noodles.

Since I took SO many photos, I decided to just split them up in different posts. This will be the first of four NYC Trip parts. I know that having four instead of three or five parts is a bit odd, but I tried my best to split them up so it will make sense. So please stay tune for the upcoming posts and the vlog of this trip!

     

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1 comments

  1. Darn those buns and pastry looking good!
    Pretty close to the ones in Asia ;P I also
    order milk tea along with buns, tarts or
    any other Asian munches c: Xx

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