Hong Kong is no stranger to good food. Known as the World’s Food Fair, the city offers a tantalising mix of cuisines and dining atmospheres to indulge in. The typical local fare however is Cantonese, though various Chinese influences abound.
Wondering where to eat? Eating is actually one of the most popular things to do in this flavour-laden city for both tourists and locals alike. From traditional street stalls called ‘dai pai dong’ to tea houses and Michelin-starred restaurants touting five-star service, the range of options is incredible. The choices aren’t limited to the local temptations either, but a wide range of international delicacies ranging from Thai to European.