This cha chaan teng is an excellent way to begin your seven days in Hong Kong. Well known as one of the best pork chop bun hotspots in the city, its signature chop is marinated and packed full of flavour, and the meat retains its tenderness within the crispy, fried exterior. Another must-have: the pantyhose milk tea.
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