Neighbourhood eatery Chan Hon Kee in Tai Po has amassed quite a following for its traditional dishes, including claypot rice, congee, and freshly steamed rice rolls, or cheung fun, which reveals the ingredients inside thanks to its silky smooth and translucent skin. The rolls feature various items such as fried dough, beef, prawn, and crowd-pleasing char siu.
Hong Kong is a food lover’s paradise, offering endless dining options ranging from Michelin-starred restaurants to street food stalls. However, there’s more to discover than the most popular or newest kid on the block. Some of the city’s best restaurants are tucked away in secluded locations, far from the bustling crowds and tourist hotspots. These hidden gems offer a unique dining experience, often showcasing traditional recipes, locally sourced ingredients and authentic flavours. Whether you’re a Hong Kong local or a visitor to the city, seeking out these under-the-radar restaurants is a must for any true foodie.
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