To Tsim Sha Tsui we went:
Housing many hundreds of ancient and modern Chinese works of art, the Hong Kong Museum of Art is the centre of the rapidly growing art culture and market in the city.
From ancient ceramics:
Leaving the museum, we were meeting relatives for lunch/afternoon tea. (We had already had a breakfast and a brunch/lunch earlier in the day). This required us to walk up Nathan Road.
Past the façade of The Peninsula Hotel (whose helipad was used for 2008's The Dark Knight),
walking past Tsim Sha Tsui and passing Kowloon Park, we see this:
We arrive at Miramar Shopping Centre (美麗華商場), where we are to meet those relatives.
Now, my aunt is a vegetarian, so we end up here:
Chinese vegetarian restaurants usually cater to practicing Buddhists, as they comprise the largest population of vegetarian/vegan eaters in this cultural sphere.
A cherry tomato appetizer:
followed by lamb skewers.
A bread bowl of "chicken" curry.
Baguette slices with cheese and avocado.
Wide mung bean noodles with peanut sauce and shredded "chicken".
Braised eggplant with "chicken" slices.
Sea snail meat.
And a chicken pizza to finish.
It's really hard to describe the strangeness you feel when you eat something that "walks like a duck and talks like a duck", but turns out to be tofu.
You really have to try it for yourself to know.