Take the opportunity to try plenty of Chinese food when you visit Hong Kong, as the price here is completely different from anywhere in Europe. In Hong Kong you will find some of the best western-style restaurants serving high quality food from both Chinese and international kitchens.
Dim Sum – a typical lunch or brunch offering consisting of several bite-sized dishes and served with tea.
Dumplings – thinly-wrapped pieces of dough with various fillings.
Chinese barbecue – often with fresh, seasonal food.
Pineapple balls – eaten as a snack, the bottom part is often made using slightly sweeter bread, while the upper part is made from pastry.
Noodles – served just about everywhere, noodles can be eaten with, for example, small pork balls, vegetables and shellfish. Noodles can also be served fried or in a soup.
Poon choi – served on a huge plate for several people, this traditional dish from Hong Kong contains a host of delicacies such as pork, lamb, chicken, duck, shellfish, mushrooms and vegetables. The dish is served layer upon layer, which guests eat their way through.
Milk tea – usually black tea with milk and sugar. If anything can be said to have a history in Hong Kong, it’s tea. For centuries, teahouses were the city’s social, cultural and commercial centers.