Cheung Hing Kee Shanghai Pan-Fried Buns in Hong Kong

Signature Pork Buns and Shrimp Buns, Cheung Hing Kee Shanghai Pan Fried Buns, Hong Kong

Cheung Hing Kee Shanghai Pan-Fried Buns in Hong Kong is a Michelin-recognized restaurant that specializes in Shanghai-style fried dumplings. The small shop is located just down the street from Kowloon Park. Cheung Hing Kee, featured in the 2016 Michelin Guide, has gained notoriety for its sheng jian bao, a pan-fried soup dumpling fried in oil until crispy on the bottom and soft on the top. Michelin awarded them a Bib Gourmand for their quality and value in the street food …

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Kam Wah Cafe: My favorite pineapple bun in Hong Kong

This could be the best pineapple bun in Hong Kong, Kam Wah Cafe

Kam Wah Cafe is a no-frills, old-school Hong Kong-style breakfast spot, or cha chaan teng, famous for its pineapple bun (ba lo bao). Since 1973, this institution in Hong Kong has been serving what some consider the best pineapple bun in Hong Kong. A pineapple bun is a sweet bun popular in Hong Kong and Asian bakeries worldwide. Ironically, it does not contain pineapple. The name comes from the bun’s appearance, which resembles a pineapple. After World War II, Portuguese …

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Australia Dairy Company: Favorite Scrambled Eggs In Hong Kong

Breakfast Set, Australia Dairy Company, Hong Kong

Dim sum, roast goose, and wonton noodles are the kings of Hong Kong cuisine. But what if I told you to add scrambled eggs to that list? Ask any local for their favorite Hong Kong-style breakfast (cha chaan teng) and odds are their answer will be Australia Dairy Company. I have to agree with them. Since opening in 1970, this iconic Hong Kong institution has gained a reputation for its steamed pudding, scrambled eggs, and chicken soup. At any hour …

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Mak’s Noodle in Hong Kong: Beef Brisket Wonton Noodle Soup

Beef Brisket Wonton Noodles, Mak’s Noodle, Hong Kong

Mak’s Noodle is an institution in Hong Kong. This no-frills restaurant is one of the most popular spots in the city for wonton noodles. Did I mention the restaurant even has its own Wikipedia page? In Hong Kong, wonton noodles are simple. At their most basic, they consist of a bowl of piping hot and savory broth filled with chewy yet firm egg noodles and delicate shrimp dumplings. You can add meat or vegetables. While Mak’s Noodle is famous, it’s …

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Going to Hong Kong? Here is what you should eat

The futuristic, and stunning skyline of Hong Kong viewed from Victoria Peak

Hong Kong is a food lovers paradise. A mecca of non-stop must eats and endless restaurants. With over 7 million people, Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated cities on earth. China, but not China, the city is packed with an endless amount of restaurants serving everything your imagination can think of. With only a few days in Hong Kong, I had a tough time deciding what to eat. Almost everywhere you look is something amazing and interesting …

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