Hey Mark, great food guide to Hong Kong. Since Fung Lam shut down, on my last trip to Hong Kong while eating roast meat at Kwan Yu Roast Meat, I saw the soy sauce braised pigeon and ordered one. When I thought of Hong Kong before I really had no idea where to start with food beyond dim sum and egg tarts. They do still make all their noodles with a bamboo pole, however I wasn’t lucky enough to see them making it. Of all the food I really love is the famous roast goose, there is nothing in this world compare to it. One of the go to restaurants for roast goose, and also a One Michelin Star restaurant, is Yat Lok, which I think serves some of the best roast goose in Hong Kong. We’ll also bring you to local fav restaurant which are 100% safe to eat at, order the must-eats and give you the back story of the shop & the food. For each dish, you’ll also find restaurants in Hong Kong where you can try them. And hope you have an amazing visit to Thailand! Address: 2/F Java Road Municipal Services Building, 99 Java Rd, North Point, Hong Kong Thank you so much Mark for another fantastic food guide, we’ve shared it on Facebook too . This was the cheapest thing on the menu and I was with my friend, who probably deleted me from WeChat after she traveled back to Shenzhen because I was too cheap -_-‘ Anyway I hope YING not delete you soon. On one of my trips to Hong Kong, after reading this blog post about the Bowrington Road Cooked Food Centre (thank you to Stripped Pixel! Tatler Hong Kong is the ultimate guide to luxury lifestyle in Hong Kong, featuring award-winning coverage of exclusive high society events attended by the city’s most influential and glamorous people—plus daily updates on fine dining, art, fashion, watches, jewellery, luxury travel and more. Address: Yung Kee Building, 32-40 Wellington St, Central, Hong Kong Beef brisket can be served with a variety of different noodles, in soup, or with a plate of dry noodles. The skin is crispy and slightly chewy, while the chicken meat remains moist and juicy. Browse the menu, view popular items and track your order. Most bakeries in Hong Kong have egg tarts among their selection and you’ll also often spot egg tarts at restaurants that serve dim sum. They also have incredibly good boiled chicken, and their ginger scallion sauce will wake up every taste bud in your mouth. There are many variations across town and the quality is equally varied. It was the best dish of my meal, and I loved the onions and razor clams sautéed in the black bean sauce. Opening hours: 7 am – 3:30 pm on Tuesday – Sunday (closed on Monday) The scrambled egg sandwich was addictive, and I washed it all down with a Hong Kong hot lemon tea. Traditional Dim Sum. Say hello to the bao that kickstarted it all: May Chow’s riff on the Impossible Burger was one of the very first IF dishes to launch in Hong Kong, and remains to this day, one of the best. Thanks to Tim Lai for this recommendation. Opening hours: 11 am – 11:30 pm daily Hey Richard, I’m still traveling for food, but family edition! Prices: Prices at Yung Kee aren’t cheap, you’ll likely spend 200 – 500 HKD per person. Awesome comprehensive guide, Mark! Book effortlessly online with Tripadvisor. If time permits, I will stop by in Hong Kong this year and definitely try some of these places. ?, what a nice experience even in just reading this.Looking forward for more post of yours, thank you so much! Thanks a lot Tim. For you too? Marinated in a blend of secret spices, of which some recipes include over 20 different spices and aromatics, then roasted using charcoal until golden crispy perfection, roast goose is must eat in Hong Kong. The streets here are alive in the evening when the various Mongkok night markets swing into action. By Tatler Hong Kong July 29, 2020 While restaurants are closed for dine-in and we're all staying home, look to one of these Hong Kong meal delivery plans to satisfy cravings or help you stay on track with your fitness goals Let me share here the food I have everyday. Along with fish balls on their menu you’ll find other types of noodles, brisket, tendon, and pork knuckle, and you can even order peanut butter toast and Hong Kong milk tea. In Sam hui yat I meet a business teacher from the local school and talked politics I had shrimp dumplings , lo mai gai and milasyan cake sooo good I did a little happy dance and in Bowrington Road Food Centre I met a big family who wanted to know why I was eating along and lots of other questions and eventually they invited me to join them and I got to tell them my Cantonese phrases I had roast chicken and it was incredible I did struggling with the bones and my chop sticks! Starting from the dim sum, roast meat, noodles, to the dessert are all my favorite food!