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A Food Paradise – Hong Kong

Post Time: Nov 19 2013 By Vicky Lu

Hong Kong brings together cuisines from all over the world. There are restaurants with all flavors, open at all over the streets. The more popular places, the more delicious cuisine, like Mong Kok, Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon City and other places. These streets are full of restaurants. This city is full of Asian restaurants in Hong Kong, spicy soup of Thai, fragrant curry of Indian, plump barbecue of Korean, fresh salad rolls of Vietnamese, delicious sushi of Japanese, etc. the special food is countless here. Chinese cuisine restaurants in Hong Kong serve Chinese specialties, especially Cantonese cuisine. Many other authentic dishes include Chiu Chow cuisine, Hunan cuisine, Sichuan cuisine, Beijing dishes, Shanghai dishes, as well as vegetarian cuisine. The traditional Cantonese dim sum for breakfast tea is also a very good choice.

Traditional local dishes are based on Cantonese cuisine, Hakka cuisine and Chaozhou cuisine. Poon Choi is a traditional dish for indigenous inhabitants of the New Territories in the festivals. As Hong Kong near the ocean, so the seafood dishes are also common, but also to develop as a typhoon shelter crab dishes.

Hong Kong eating is also deeply affected by exotic food culture. There are bars everywhere in the Central, Wan Chai and Tsim Sha Tsui. Since 1991, Oktoberfest is held at Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui every year. As for fast food, the American fast-food McDonald's and KFC is dominated primarily in the city, but here also develop its own Hong Kong-style fast food, which is take Cafe de Coral, Fairwood and Maxim's fast food as a representative.

Hong Kong is a paradise for gourmet. There are people, as well as food from around the world in this metropolis. However, Hong Kong do not abandon their own featured food for the city's prosperity and rapid development of economy, traditional food that is popular in folk has been rooted in Hong Kong, such as the famous rice cakes, dumplings, fish balls, egg tarts, small Cookies, almond cake, blind public pie, chicken Biscuits, a small pile coconut, groundnut cake, sesame, Acacia cakes, cake pieces, fried rice cakes, waffles, peanut candy, Daizi noodles, beans, crispy curd angle, and so on.

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Someone once said: “Or travel, or reading, either your body or soul should be always on the way”.Travel is one of my favorite hobbies. Travel can broaden my horizon and experience the thing I never do before. I think the important thing during a travel is about what you learn along the way in that journey and to always keep your mind open about what you see before you get to the destination.

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