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Hong Kong is the culinary capital of Asia. A gastronomical tour of Asia without a visit to Hong Kong would be incomplete. Complex combinations and international gourmet expertise have given Hong Kong the reputable labels of "Gourmet Paradise" and "World's Fair of Food".[Hong Kong is best known for Chinese menu, specially Cantonese style of cuisine. You can find almost all the cuisines here coming from other parts of China or foreign countries. Read some descriptions and reviews of local restaurants around Hong Kong before you start to look for the yummy food you like.

General Information
Hong Kong Dining
Renowned as the culinary capital of Asia, Hong Kong boasts more than 11,000 restaurants, many of them clustered in defined food districts.
Cuisine of Hong Kong
The cuisine of Hong Kong can best be described as a type of eclectic cuisine with extensive influences from Cantonese cuisine and parts of non-Cantonese-speaking China, Western world, Japan, and Southeast Asia.
Hong Kong Restaurants & Dining
Possibly nowhere else in the world is dining out more celebrated than in Hong Kong, where foodies can revel in the broad scope of international cuisines within a compact area.
Eating and Drinking, Hong Kong
Travel tips and advice posted by real travelers and Hong Kong locals.
Eating in Hong Kong
In a city famous for its food, it's hard to know where to dig in. This website ps out the ultimate guide.
Where to Eat in Hong Kong
The map below shows the major food districts in Hong Kong you cannot miss.
Cantonese Cuisine in Hong Kong
Cantonese cuisine in Hong Kong is famous internationally. It dominates the Hong Kong food market.
Hong Kong: Chinese Cuisines
Hong Kong, though once controlled by the British, remains quintessentially Chinese, though its role as a port and trade center reflects a mix of cooking styles from a wide range of Chinese regional cuisines.
What to Eat in Hong Kong
Must try Chinese dishes in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Snacks
Hong Kong Snacks & Fast Food
In a city as fast paced as Hong Kong, even mealtimes for some are a hurried affair and shops and stalls selling snacks everywhere.
Cart Noodle
Cart noodle is a kind of à la carte noodle which became popular in Hong Kong in the 1950s through independent street vendors operating on roadsides and in public housing estates in low-income districts, using carts.
Wonton Noodle
Wonton noodles or wantan mee is a Cantonese noodle dish which is popular in Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Singapore.
Pineapple Bun
A pineapple bun is a kind of sweet pastry popular in Hong Kong, Macau, some other areas in southern China, and in Chinese communities in North America.
Steamed Rice Rolls
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Fish Ball
There are two kinds of fish balls in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong-style Milk Tea
Hong Kong-style milk tea, often known as dai pai dong milk tea, is a beverage originating from Hong Kong.
Pan-fried Water Chestnut Cake
The pan fried water chestnut cake is a dim sum classic.
Lotus Paste Bun
It's steamed buns with lotus paste. It's not too sweet and very good with soy milk.
Mango Pudding
Mango pudding is a popular dessert in Hong Kong.
Steamed Shrimp Dumplings
The image and making process of Steamed Shrimp Dumplings
Fried Spring Roll
Spring rolls are an appetizer, eaten either fresh or fried depending on the country of origin.
Egg Custard Tart
The egg tart or egg custard tart is a pastry commonly found in Hong Kong and other Asian countries.
Hong Kong Egg Custard Tart
This is a blog of someone who thinks that Hong Kong egg custard tart is a food tied to memories of his childhood.
Pineapple Bun
A pineapple bun is a kind of sweet pastry popular in Hong Kong, Macau, some other areas in southern China, and in Chinese communities in North America.
Coconut Bun
Published by thefoodaddicts at 5:07 pm under Desserts

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Hot Pot
The Chinese Hot Pot
By Conrad Oust Photos by Sung Chih-hsiung
Ten Hot Pot Restaurants in Hong Kong
There's no better way to ward off the winter chills in Hong Kong than with a visit to a hot pot restaurant.
Little Sheep
XFY Holding Corporation (hereinafter “XFY”) is a hot pot restaurant management company that offer a healthy, delicious and enjoyable hot pot concept.
Shabu Shabu
Shabu Shabu is a Japanese variant of hot pot.
Megan's Kitchen
For exotic ingredients, check out the new soup base made with soft shell turtle, Tibetan red dates, and Chinese medicinal herbs, a combination that helps combat winter chills. English menu, wine and sake list.

Cafes & Teahouses
Cousin Joan's shop sells freshly made bread and pastries in a European cafe environment. Highly recommended.
Pokka Café
9 Kingston Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island
Life Café
Established in 2004, Life is a modern vegetarian restaurant providing delicious healthy food while supporting the community and the planet as an eco-friendly business.
Hong Kong Tea Culture
The tea-drinking habits of Hong Kong residents derive from Chinese tea culture. After more than 150 years of British rule, however, they have changed somewhat to become unique in the world.
Hong Kong Tea & Teahouses
Ever since Emperor Shen Nung sat under a camellia tree 5,000 years ago, tea has been China's national beverage.
Lin Heung Tea House
Lin Heung Tea House has been around since 1928 and is the granddaddy of Hong Kong's dim sum joints.
Luk Yu Tea House
Luk Yu is a tea house and dim sum restaurant located in the Central district of Hong Kong established in 1933.

Chinese Food Restaurants
Spring Deer Restaurant
After decades in operation, Spring Deer still manages to pack in crowds of loyal locals.
Spring Moon
Spring Moon combines impressive pre-war Shanghai décor with some of the best Cantonese cuisine in the area in order to create a fairly elegant dining atmosphere.
Wu Kong Restaurant
Hong Kong welcomes a contemporary taste of Shanghai
Fook Lam Moon
Fook Lam Moon is a Chinese restaurant chain with its main and original branch at 35-45 Johnston Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong.
Yung Kee Restaurant
Yung Kee Restaurant - More than half a century ago, it was a modest cooked food stall in Kwong Yuen West Street.
Golden Leaf Restaurant
Since 1992, Golden Leaf has been serving up authentic Chinese dishes that have made it both a neighborhood favorite and a treasured find for visitors to Kansas City.
Lin Heung Tea House
Lin Heung Tea House is one of the oldest Hong Kong style restaurants in Hong Kong.
Red Pepper Restaurant
A long-standing Szechuan highlight of the Hong Kong restaurant scene, Red Pepper is beloved by ex-pats and visitors.

Western and Exotic Restaurants
Mr. Steak Hong Kong
Mr. Steak Concept is an established and respected Hong Kong based group of companies involved in the import, manufacture, trading and distribution of specialist food products.
BB's Bistro
The unpretentious and relaxed atmosphere of the typical Parisian bistro has finally come Hong Kong!
Indochine 1929
Specializing in authentic Vietnamese cuisine in an elegant setting, Indochine 1929 evokes the ambience of Vietnam during the French colonial era.
Hong Kong Most Stunning Waterfront Restaurant
Main Street Deli
Hong Kong's first traditional New York-style deli comes as close as you can get to the real thing.
Jimmy’s Kitchen
Jimmy’s Kitchen is Hong Kong’s most classic western restaurant serving international cuisine 1928.
Le Tire Bouchon
Le Tire Bouchon has served traditional French cuisine in the Soho area for over 20 years. The menu is comprised of authentic French dishes, light and refreshing, yet rich in taste and flavor.
Pearl on the Peak
Pearl on the Peak focuses on simply presented, savory grills inspired by western classics and succulent seafood dishes — cooked with fresh, great tasting ingredients and appealing to a broad range of tastes.

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