Looking for Hong Kong’s best durian flavoured pastries, cakes, and drinks? This local specialist of the king of all fruits stands out from the crowd by sourcing ingredients from their own private farms in Malaysia, so durian-holics across the city can always look forward to delicious D24, XO, and Musang King durians, regardless of the season. The cafe’s signature durian cheese tart is a must-try, but fair warning, the distinctive smell might be too intense for some, so first-timers will have to proceed at their own discretion.
For a city filled with so many serious foodies and numerous Michelin-starred restaurants, Hong Kong is, weirdly enough, a huge fan of unusual concept restaurants – just the number of pet cafés and cartoon dim sum places all over town gives you fair warning. It can be tricky, though, knowing which ones actually have worthwhile food, so here are our top picks for the best weird, and equally wonderful, eateries out there.
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