Hong Kong enjoys a reputation as the “culinary capital of Asia”, boasting over 11,000 restaurants located in different renowned food districts. Apart from enjoying top-ranking Cantonese dishes and other Chinese food from both sides of the Yantze River, visitors can also taste a great variety of authentic Asian delicacies and Western gourmet food. The fresh seafood and dim sum are the must-tries here.
Hong Kong's island status means there is access to fresh seafood all year round. For a distinctive gourmet experience try the culinary art at local restaurants, where the skilled chefs can serve you Hong Kong-style fish dishes, steamed, grilled or fried.
Dim Sum may be reason enough to go to Hong Kong! Eating dim sum means to try a wide range of delicious Chinese snacks served in bamboo baskets such as dumplings, shrimp, chicken feet or the like, eaten with pots of Chinese tea for breakfast or lunch.
Hong Kong Street Food
Walking along the Tang Lung Street and Matheson Street in Causeway Bay, visitors could encounter many tasty local snacks with low price and high quality. The most of the eating booth stalls run business far into the night, so you’ll have enough time to take a midnight snacks here before back your hotels.
Kowloon City – Asian Food
Nowadays, the Kowloon City has already become a concentration center of Asian cuisine, serving a great selection of Thailand food, Vietnamese dishes, and Japanese cuisine and so on. Lots of the eateries here are operated by family, which offer quality food could compare to those famous restaurants, although without luxurious decoration.
Lan Kuai Fong – Exotic Food Street
Along with Soho area, Lan Kuai Fong is a good place for those who are concerned with setting the fashion. Located between the D'Aguilar Street and Wyndham Street, Lan Kuai Fong stands in great number of restaurants offering Italian, French, Mexican and American styles food. During the nighttime, the bars here are especially lively and boisterous.
Heading west on Lan Kuai Fong, you’ll arrive at the hottest SOHO food district. That’s the favorite of the young people at Hong Kong. All the restaurants here are with-served with a feeling of fashion and elegance. In addition, the completely new type like Nepali Food and Mediterranean are also available here.
Tsim Sha Tsui – International Flavor
Tsim Sha Tsui, of a communication network leading everywhere, integrate the shopping, dinning, entertainment and leisure altogether serving various delicates from all regions of China, Japan, Vietnam, Italy, America, Spain, Switzerland, and so on. All in all, food here is of great choices and all-inclusive, just like a food kaleidoscope. An eater’s paradise, plus mixed bars and clubs, be worthy of the name “nightless world”.