My Time for Local Flavours in Hong Kong
Travel opens the world up for you to experience local cultures and flavours, with 12,000 restaurants at your service in Hong Kong, we’ve
got you covered. Whether the fare is Chinese or Italian, Michelin Star or local street eats, each bite is truly Hong Kong.
Here are some local food trends to add to your Hong Kong itinerary:
Modern take on traditional eats
Chinese food doesn’t have to be traditional anymore – and young chefs are coming up with innovative ways to modernise classic dishes.
For example The Drunken Pot in Tsim Sha Tsui takes traditional hot pot to a new level, with graffiti-like designs on the restaurant interior
and creative sake cocktails.
While some Cantonese restaurants in Hong Kong prepare and serve dishes the way it’s been done for decades, some new ones are
pushing the traditional boundaries. Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine in Jordan draws fans for its dim sum shaped like the famous feline character.
At Yum Cha in Central and TST, dim sum is fun for everyone with char siu bao shaped like piglets and baked pineapple puffs shaped like
Egg waffle evolution
Recently the humble Hong Kong egg waffle has evolved from a street food snack to creative dessert. Local chefs are rediscovering the snack
and experimenting with sweet and savoury flavours, such as, Oddies Foodies on Gough Street has them in various flavours like chocolate
brownie and pineapple pastry paired with soft serve gelato and all kinds of toppings.
Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival - 27-30 October 2016
Don’t miss this foodie extravaganza, with hundreds of stalls set against the stunning backdrop of Victoria Harbour, offering fine wine and
spirits from around the globe as well as award-winning bites. Find out more.
Hong Kong Tourism Board has compiled a series of stories, recommendations and tips on Hong Kong from people in the know.
Discover real, up-to-the-minute local advice to guide you through many exciting experiences and adventures in Hong Kong.
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