Roll up your sleeves and hunker down for some authentic cuisine at hole-in-the-wall places—one thing that Hong Kong seems to have in spades. The vibr... Read More
Roll up your sleeves and hunker down for some authentic cuisine at hole-in-the-wall places—one thing that Hong Kong seems to have in spades. The vibrant Cantonese culture has given rise to affordable culinary gems unique to the city that are some of the best restaurants in Hong Kong, such as milk tea at Sing Heung Yuen and baked pork chop rice at Mido Café. With Hong Kong's street food getting a major call out in the 2016 Michelin Guide, cheap eats like Master Low-Key Foodshop's egg waffles ought to be on your dining bucket list.
This city has experienced a culinary explosion and today the glut of excellent restaurants in Hong Kong can feel overwhelming. There are sleek top-floor spots with stunning city views to noisy, hole-in-the-wall noodle joints, and everything in between. There also are enough Hong Kong restaurants that everyone can find something they love to eat, whether it's Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, or Indian. Our recommendation? Stick with classic Chinese.