One of our first meals when we got there was at a nondescript noodle house in the middle of a random street. We were very hungry at the time after a lot of walking around, so we just decided to eat at practically the first place that we saw after we all realized we were hungry.
I ordered some noodles with prawn dumplings, as well as some fried fish skin. I finished the noodles, mostly because I was so hungry, but I didn't finish the fish skin, mostly because it was too fishy.
Fresh Prawn Won Ton Noodles
Deep Fried Crispy Fish Skin
My sister-in-law Tintin believes that Hong Kong is incomparable as far as strike-anywhere dining taste is concerned. She often raves about how good the food is in HK, no matter where you eat. I personally prefer the food in Bangkok, and the fare in this first meal in Hong Kong I had with my friends only strengthened this preference. Then again, it's too early to pass judgment. Maybe when we are not in such a rush, and have more time to think about where to eat, I'll come across a meal that's worth raving about.