We arrived on a Monday afternoon around 7: Again, the sushi was delicious Udon was alright--actually ended boxing it up since the rolls were filling enough! The service was also good--we always had someone filling up our water.
Hong Kong Food Guide: Dim sum in Hong Kong 1. Thank you originally to my friends at FoodieHub. Just thinking about lo mai gai and writing about it makes my mouth water. Lo mai gai is available at any dim sum restaurant.
Refer to the Hong Kong dim sum restaurants listed above in 1. Half a goose at Yat Lok, Hong Kong 3. When you take a bite, literally the skin juices in your mouth, while being incredibly crispy at the same time and the meat is lusciously succulent.
I ate there with my wife and a friend from FoodieHub. But I think in moderation would have been even better. Their goose is high-end, and I loved it almost as much at Yat Lok.
The bill for my wife and I came to HKD for our full lunch with a few other dishes. Roast pork, always tempting 4. How could I not include roast pork?
Roast pork, usually the belly of the pig, is roasted until utterly crispy on the outside skin, yet creamy and soft from the high quantity of fat on the underside.
The result is simply one of the most superb bites of anything you could possibly eat. They also have incredibly good boiled chicken, and their ginger scallion sauce will wake up every taste bud in your mouth. Not totally sure, but for sure open lunchtime hours Prices: Roast chicken It cannot be understated the talent and skill in which Cantonese have the ability to roast meats.
The skin is crispy and slightly chewy, while the chicken meat remains moist and juicy.
Sometimes you dip roast chicken into fragrant salt for extra delicious flavoring. Also, this is one of my favorite restaurants in this entire Hong Kong food blog. For myself, char siu is typically not my favorite, due to it typically being on the sweet side.
But along with their braised pigeon belowI really liked their char siu.Hong Kong cuisine is mainly influenced by Cantonese cuisine, European cuisines (especially British cuisine) and non-Cantonese Chinese cuisines (especially Hakka, Teochew, Hokkien and Shanghainese), as well as Japanese, Korean and Southeast Asian cuisines, due to Hong Kong's past as a British colony and a long history of being an international port of commerce.
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