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Nostalgic Dim Sum

I just confirmed a dim sum lunch with an old friend today. Dim sum 點心 is little delicate bite-sized food usually serve in small steamer basket or small plate. 254 more words

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Fusion Birthday Cake

There is no birthday cake in the Chinese tradation. Instead we have birthday bun or more literally longevity bun 壽包. It is usually made with flour and filled with sweet lotus seed paste and a salted egg yolk. 110 more words

Cantonese Cuisine

Chinese preserved delicacies and candies

When I was young, I found traditional Chinese candies and preserved delicacies to be really passé. Maybe as I grow older, and many oldies started to get back into fashion, somehow I began to enjoy these traditional food again. 142 more words


Lei Garden, Hong Kong...for anyone after refined food and scrupulous service

Chopsticks at the ready! If you would like to have a fine Chinese or seafood meal at at a Michelin-starred restaurant, yet pay middle to low prices in Hong Kong, you can go to the Michelin-starred Lei Gardens restaurants. 176 more words

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Eating Gold at Hakkasan

Hakkasan Shanghai, is luxurious Cantonese Cuisine. The restaurant located on “The Bund” in Shanghai was so incredibly chic and delicious! A friend of mine recommended this restaurant to me after seeing that I was visiting the magical city on… 294 more words


Spicy crab...

…makes me happy. . .jaaa!  Extended layovers in Hong Kong are fun because it is oh-so easy to pop into town and gobble the spicy crab at Under Bridge Spicy Crab–one of the most famous places on Earth for this delectable dish. 136 more words


Food localization

After some vigorous exercises this morning, I went for some hearty breakfast. Capital Café 華星冰室 is in the heart of Wan Chai, and most people will refer to this place as Hong Kong style tea house 港式茶餐廳.  136 more words

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