A day trip to explore Hong Kong Food
The beauty of Hong Kong Food
As we all know, the Cantonese cuisine dominates the market of Hong Kong food. Two distinctive features of Cantonese cuisine are freshness and simplicity. As a general rule the more simple cooking is fresh ingredients are required. Therefore, a typical Cantonese feast is a guarantee of quality.
As a native life Cantonese in Hong Kong, leave that it will guide you through a day of Hong Kong's food tour. Please make an effort to enjoy the delicious Cantonese food as suggested.
Agenda of a classic Hong Kong Food Tour
Breakfast or lunch - Dim Sum
Breakfast or lunch Dim sum is a great social lifestyle of the residents of Hong Kong. Locals and expatriates all what I want.
Dim sum is only served at breakfast in the afternoon. Never attempt to order dim sum for dinner.
Dim sum as Cantonese cuisine in Hong Kong representative is widely available in the city. Never dim sum in a hotel restaurant. That is not the authentic style. Look for some however ordered noisy restaurants. There are plenty of dim sum for quality in City restaurants. You only have to check with the hotel concierge for one nearby.
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or steamed shrimp dumplings
or steamed pork dumplings
or steamed BBQ pork buns
You'll have to pay the cost of tea (per head) and 10% service charge per ticket. A dim sum lunch would cost HK $ 50 - 100 per person.
Restaurant Maxim in the Town Hall, Lower Block, Central, Hong Kong. This restaurant is always full due to the quality of its food. Tel: (852) 2521 - 1303
Tea Time - 14: 30-17: 30
At this time of the day, the foods are sold at reduced prices. Why not go for a lunch later? A tea set usually costs HK $ 15 - 30.
Hong Kong Tea Milk
This is the only element of casual restaurants that exceeds five-star hotels.
Hong Kong is tea with milk very strong tea mixed with condensed milk. Tea also sneaks through a storage appliance - like, so very soft and silky texture. You only have to have at least a cup of it during his visit to Hong Kong.
During tea time, a cup of hot milk tea is sold at HK $ 6 in the Coral Café. Even MacDonald is serving tea localized milk, in addition to its traditional American tea.
Coral Café, a chain of fast food restaurants that you can easily find one everywhere in the city. Without service fee.
This is another famous Cantonese food in Hong Kong. It is considered a light meal or a tea time snack.
Without Cantonese sense is somewhat similar to dumplings boiled in Beijing. However, its form is closer to a small ball. The filling is mainly fresh shrimp mixed with Minced pork meat and mushrooms. With a special type of 'elastic' noodles in broth, Cantonese, it would have a feeling extremely wonderful mouth.
When it comes to tea, a bowl of noodles of fresh shrimp without sense can cost as little as HK $10. Don't go to stores that sell in Hong Kong 20 $ or more. You can always get a dish of noodles without quality about the good sense of HK $15.
Wonton noodle shops are easy to find, especially in commercial areas. These are the causal restaurants generally without service charge incurred. Wonton noodles rarely served in restaurants of haute cuisine.
Dinner Time - seafood and others
Seafood is a typical Cantonese Hong Kong food, especially during dinner time. Good quality everywhere fish restaurants. Restaurants Dim sum usually serve seafood dinner.
If you want to eat the best seafood cooked with the finest ingredients, Hong Kong is the place. Frankly, live seafood could be costly, depending on the type and size. A mere one kilogram deep-sea would cost a few hundred dollars of Hong Kong. However, this is a life experience only available in Hong Kong. There is no other place in the world that could have a great dining experience seafood.
Although live seafood is expensive, you have the option of having the refrigerated. They are also very good. Refrigerated fish are typically sold at a fixed price. Some restaurants even offer seafood set menu. This will allow you to manage your budget more easily.
Chicken steamed (normal version) is another classic Hong Kong food. Whole chicken is steamed and cut after it is cooked. Applies no seasoning. Only eaten with a sauce of crushed ginger and salt mixed with hot oil. Smashed green union