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Dining out in Hong Kong

 
 

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If you love Asian cuisine than Hong Kong is the place to go. There are all sorts of restaurants in Hong Kong with some catering more towards the tourist market and others who cater more for the local trade, whatever restaurant you find you will sure be in for a great meal.

While all Asian flavors are catered for in Hong Kong by far the most popular is Cantonese, probably due to its location to China and the fact that the bulk of Honk Kong's residents can trace their heritage back to this region of China.

Dim Sum is popular all across Hong Kong, mainly served from around breakfast to lunch. Dim Sum can be described as an almost never ending parade of Hors D’Oeuvre served to your table.

All the major hotels have their own restaurants that can sometimes be a bit pricey but are generally well worth it, If you are in a hurry there are plenty of fast food chains everywhere like "McDonalds" and "KFC", there even is two Chinese style fast food restaurant called "Cafe de Coral" and "Fairwood".

The smaller Fairwood chain can be recognized by a large clown head on the neon sign out the front and as many of Fairwwod's signs are not in English you may have to look out for the clown. The menu will be in both English and Cantonese, but some of the staff may not be too good with English, so the best method would be to point out what you want. The food at these two chain is authentic Chinese and they are really worth experiencing this part of Hong Kong's culture.

 
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Hong Kong
Overview
Getting There
Getting Around
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Things to Do
Dining out
Nightlife
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Feature Recipes
Bang Bang Chicken
Honey Chilli Chicken
Lemon Chicken
Garlic Chicken
Szechuan Chicken
Beef with Noodles
Chinese Fried Rice
Quick Facts
Chili
The Chili is a member of the Capsicum family and is closely related to the Tomato.
The Chili was unknown in Asia until Europeans introduced it there from Peru and Mexico.
 
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