Took an afternoon plane and arrived at 8:30pm. Got to the hotel quickly in an hour. Met a Cantonese speaking bell boy who gave us a lot of tips. He said the night market, Moslem St is still open and food stalls open till 3am. We were so happy we could still do something on day one. We took a taxi there immediately.
Moslem St was half closed but there were still lots of stalls selling dry food products like dates, nuts, snacks and road side food stalls and restaurants. Most the food had lots of chilli in it. We settled in a clean looking Moslem restaurant. We looked around and ordered 10 sticks of BBQ beef (minimum) and 5 sticks of lamb with some flat toasted bread. They were delicious and had some spiced peppercorn in everything. Each meat stick were made up of 2 pieces of meat, first and last with a piece of fat in the middle. We also had some lamb bone called lamb hoof. It had hardly any meat on it, just some skin and tendon. The tendon was very gluely but had a lot of flavour. I guess you just suck it a bit. I then went to choose some vegetables and mushrooms on sticks to be boiled in a pot. I saw they put sesame sauce and chilli on them afterwards but I asked them not to put chilli on. The lamb skewers were so nice we ordered 5 more. That was a great midnight snack.
推介菜式: Meat skewers, Moslem grilled flat bread