There are hundreds of excellent restaurants to try in Hong Kong, and every month more new bars and restaurants open up, increasing the size of your ‘must visit’ list. But eating out every night can put a sizable dent in your savings account. Not to mention how hard it can be to score a table at popular restaurants in the first place. A seat at Sushi Zo? Good luck. Even the queues outside local haunts like beef noodle specialist Kau Kee and Spam-and-egg joint Ma Sa can be daunting enough to turn away diners.
But fear not: there are plenty of ways to enjoy all the great food that Hong Kong has to offer without spending your whole monthly salary on restaurants. Trust these life hacks to cut down on costs and score seats at the restaurants you want to try.
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