Category: Hong Kong
I think Yan Wo Dou Bun Chong falls into the category of old school Hong Kong desserts due to the lack of fruits.
Keung Kee Roasted Meat is responsible for pulling me away from the roasted duck camp back and into the roasted pork camp. Can’t we get along?
You can find more of the newer Hong Kong fruity Chinese desserts at Hui Lau Shan. Go get your daily dose of vitamin C there.
Empire City has played a major role in my rethinking of crispy duck versus crispy pork debate, and I’m now slowly siding to duck.
Ding Dim is yet another dim sum place in Hong Kong that serves it’s community of party going Lan Kwai Fong-ites.
Few places in the world compel me to put myself through perceived and imagined danger to get to. Cong Sao Star Dessert is just such a place.
IF you like noodle,s you owe it to yourself to go to as many noodle joints to find the one that fits you perfectly. Maybe Chee Kei is it?
I’ve had a lot of dim sum before but Dragon King Restaurant hasn’t shown me what you can do with expensive ingredients in a traditional dish.
Hong Kong Noodles are delcious! Actually any noodle is delicious! When I’m up late in Hong Kong, I eat as much as I can at Mak’s Noodles!
Hong Kong Dim Sum Trifecta! This is the last of the current series, but when you’re the land of dim sum, you eat dim sum. Enter Dim Dim Sum!
Hong Kong Dim Sum is hard to decide on. Having tried a Michelin starred venue already, I might as well try the other one. Enter Tim Ho Wan!
There’s a lot Hong Kong Dim Sum! here to go! Locations helps narrow it down, but then again so does a Michelin star. Check out One Dim Sum!
Hong Kong Lord Stow’s Egg Tart are worth the trek to the Excelsior Hotel to eat some of these delicious Macanese delicacies!
We’ve traveled to HK a couple of times and sampled a bit. Here’s a list of our 9 F8T Hong Kong Must Eats and where to find them!
Chinese New Year holds so many memories for me growing up in Malaysia. I hope to convey some of the sights and tastes of CNY.
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