Fay Wong


Top pics, breakfast C (mushroom omelette and beef noodle soup).
Bottom pic, breakfast A (two eggs over easy, toast and ham with macaroni soup).

Both options come with a beverage, $4.50 total (extra for specialty drinks and iced version)

Everything tasted pretty good, nice and light in flavor for breakfast time, despite a lot of carbs. The eggs needed a little salt but the Hong Kong tea was very good! Nice and strong flavor. Overall definitely worth the price.


Thanks to Donna Wong (https://d0nnaw0ng.wordpress.com/), I was able to order 3 meals from HelloFresh for free! Thanks Donna!

I will receive my box next Monday. Posts to follow on how the meals taste and how easy (or hard) it was to follow the recipes.

If you have heard of this company or are interested in trying it out, here’s a code you can use to save $40 off your first box! (come on, who wouldn’t like to save a few bucks right?)

Their classic box has 3 meals for 1 week and it costs $69. They have meals for vegetarians too. When I ordered the meals, I had free shipping.


HelloFresh delivers great recipes and fresh ingredients to your doorstep each week. Cook quick and healthy meals designed by nutritionists and chefs.

NOTE: My reviews are my own, I was not paid to write the post about HelloFresh

Sake Japanese restaurant


Seaweed salad


Mussels and fried oysters


Kani salad and spicy tuna salad


Sashimi appetizer


Assorted specialty rolls


Chicken udon soup

Japanese sushi buffet in Brooklyn, NY. $18.95 per person for dinner, really good sushi with a lot of choices (cooked and raw). Definitely worth the money.