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Hong Kong Eats

We ate a lot of delicious foods!

sunny


My first trip to Hong Kong was memorable and actually one of my favorite places to vacation. It was fun to see where my husband was born, grew up and where his parents are from. I was lucky because the hubs knows Hong Kong inside out so we didn't need a book to tell us where to go. Not to mention my Father in law is an amazing guide to Hong Kong. We really took advantage of the time we had there and his family was so gracious and spent every moment showing us the sites and all the amazing delicious food.

Since I don't read or write Chinese, I won't even attempt to explain where things were because I don't remember. But in the instance I do remember I will write about it. :) Everything was delicious and hopefully you can see Hong Kong food through our pictures here.

Oh dim sum!
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This place is famous for their crispy whole pork. It was one of the most delicious meals I had in Hong Kong.
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A typical Hong Kong breakfast.
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One of my favorite places was a place called Hoi Ting Tong. It's almost a jelly/jelloish semi sweet snack or dessert. It is served hot or cold with a sweet sugar syrup, which reminds me of a simple syrup. They are known for using the shell of whatever that animal is in the picture and it's supposed to be very good for your skin. I really enjoyed it and even got the gummy versions to take home. They also serve a number of herbal drinks and other drinks there.
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More food:
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Posted by domokun 07:22 Archived in Hong Kong Tagged food hong kong

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