Foodies Pull Up Your Socks And Get Ready To Taste The Astonishing Succulence Of Food At Hong Kong!!

Post by Sayantika Mukherji | May 01, 2017

Hong Kong has never disappointed in terms of food and if your are thinking that to have some sort of scrumptious food you got to pay heavy pennys then let me break the glass of your imagination. Hong Kong is the city where nobody could experience paucity of food and street foods are the major attractions of the city. All the time visiting the elite restaurants are something to be experienced once in a while but the street foods taste will drag you always towards the food stalls. Street food completely satisfies your soul, letting you go crave for more and more of such succulence. Why food has been emphasized because soul satisfactory food upshots positively. Isn't it?Hong Kong has always been the perfect destination for travellers who likes to taste and also the perfect place for dinning out. Hong Kong is known as the "World's Food Fair", and dining out is one of the most popular things to do as a tourist. From roadside stalls to world-class restaurants, Hong Kong offers a wide variety of choices when it comes to dining out.Many of the restaurants in Hong Kong have been influenced by both Eastern and Western cultures. In just this one city, food enthusiasts can indulge in all kinds of authentic cuisines from Japan, Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, India, Europe, and America. With such a wide variety of food, Hong Kong has truly become a gourmet eating paradise.

Let's get into the culture of foods that has hyped Hong Kong in regards of it's taste:

Sweet&Sour Chicken:

Sweet and sour pork is probably the most famous Hong Kong food, which has made its way into Chinese take away menus around the world.

Wind Sand Chicken:

This famous dish originated from Guangdong, and become well-loved by Hong Kong people. A whole chicken is flavored and put into the oven for about 20 minutes until the chicken’s skin turns brown. 

Fish Balls:

This type of fish balls are made of fried fish meat. Food stalls often sell them with spicy or sweet sauces.

 

Give a break to your healthy diet and get bewildered with the authenticity of Hong Kong.