While I was in Hong Kong I stayed with my uncle and auntie so I ate with them, but I did however eat from some of the food stalls which was great. Now some travel agents might advise against doing this but it's up to you. I had no problem, I love my food and tasting food from another culture was an excellent experiance.
Well eating from the food stalls was unique obviously because the food was from a totally different culture to mine and therefore was something new for my taste buds.
Favorite Dish: Well like I said, I stayed and ate at my uncle and aunties place so my favourite from there would have to be my aunties home made custard squares, they are absolutely delicious. You can't get any better I reckon.
The natural instinct of a Chinese is to try eating every kind of living thing (animals) whether totally unheard of or unseen. It is this very spirit of adventure that enables Chinese cuisine to be much revered in the gastronomic circle.
Favorite Dish: Dim sum, Chinese petit fours served with tea over breakfast or lunch. It consists of dishes served in small portions.
Dried shark's fin, snails, sea horses, lizzard's tails, and other "delicious stuff". It's a pity that I can't take smelly pictures...
This is a very favorite snake of the locals. The vendor prepares their wafers at site and serve with butter and sugar fillings.
If you are daring, or have a trusted guide, the open air kitchens offer a wide variety of asian food.
Too hard to say because there are so many great places to eat in HK. The food is a definite highlight. visit some of the markets for a glimpse of how things are.
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