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Steam Preserve Salty Egg Yolk Buns

Steam Preserve Salty Egg Yolk Buns look like normal steam meat buns. It is a kind of Dim Sum in the Guangdong (Yue Cuisine). The most special part of this dish is the liquid stuffing inside, which is made from the mix of salted duck eggs, condensed milk, cheese and butter. 78 more words

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This is our first time here for dinner. We were here couple months ago for a quick lunch, but didn’t write about it. It was a Saturday night, so this place was pretty packed. 154 more words

Eat Out (All) - Pig Out!

Hong Kong's Fabulous Floating Restaurants



 Music – “Cantonese Music Medley” from The Huqin World of Wong On-Yuen by Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra. Released: 2005… 764 more words


Soy-simmered food: lou mei - 滷味

Lou mei (滷味) is the name given to the dishes prepared by simmering in a large volume of seasoned soy-based sauce before cooking, as a marinade. 185 more words


Curry Fish Balls

When we mention curry, many people may first think about Thai food or Indian food. In fact, curry is also pretty popular in other Asian countries like Japan and China. 141 more words

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Hong Kong-Style Milk Tea

This is a traditional Hong Kong-style drink which is made of evaporated milk, strong black tea and brown sugar. Compared with other types of milk tea, like boba milk tea, the making process of Hong Kong-style milk tea is relatively complicated and it tastes savory, mellow, and a little bitter. 49 more words

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Fish Ball with Lettuce Porridge in Pot

Porridge is one of the most common and classical Chinese dishes. Chinese people believe in food therapy, which means that nutritious food can improve body functions and keep people healthy. 172 more words

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