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Dim sum is a Chinese delicacy guaranteed to touch your heart. In fact, it is the literal translation of dim sum. Indeed, no one can deny how the taste of even just one can stir the emotions. Hence, the desire to eat more of it.
Congee is the best meal to start your day in Hong Kong. This silky rice porridge is a staple meal for the Chinese at breakfast. However, congee is an all-around dish good as a late night snack or even as a regular meal for lunch or dinner.
Roasted suckling pig is an adventure every gastronome should try. In fact, Hong Kong would be the best city for you to indulge this epicurean delight. Nowhere in the world would you find the perfect execution of this dish but in the gourmet paradise of Asia.
Beef brisket is a traditional Cantonese dish sought after in Hong Kong by the locals and tourists, alike. Indeed, its legacy demands you try it even once during your visit to the city.
Snake soup (se gang) is not for the faint of heart. Indeed, the name itself would elicit extreme emotions from even the avid food lover. Some may experience fear, while others might feel disgust at the thought.
A hot pot meal lets you experience how Hong Kong people, and in general how most Chinese, get together for lunch or dinner. It affords them the chance to socialize with their friends and family.
Egg waffles look like little chicken eggs, which is the literal translation of its Chinese name gai dan jai. This particular street snack has the distinction of being the best street snack the city has to offer.
The egg tart is a treat enjoyed by Hong Kongers since the 1940s. Tea restaurants (cha chaan teng) were the first to serve this confection as part of their eclectic yet affordable menu. It accompanied afternoon tea.