You haven't really tasted the pleasures of Hong Kong until you've been there for Lunar New Year.
For visitors in the know, the Lunar New Year is a time to experience Hong Kong during its most spirited season, when denizens feast like there's no tomorrow. Here's a guide to the best places in eat in Hong Kong during this time.
This Hong Kong classic calls for soft white buns and leftover broiler chicken and pork.
Chef Alvin Leung Jr. transforms traditional Chinese dishes with molecular gastronomy.
Chinese food critic Chua Lam discusses dim sum dishes at the historic Lok Yu Tea House.
Hong Kong's vibrant dining culture readily embraces the Spanish tradition of tapas.
Chef Chan Yan-tak is the first Chinese chef to helm a restaurant awarded three Michelin stars.
Comfort food and milk tea are staples at every cha chaan teng, China's version of the humble neighborhood diner.
Despite their tiny size, Hong Kong kitchens are packed with the essentials of good home cooking.
Hong Kong boasts great restaurants and street food—but its culinary soul remains appealingly domestic.
Charming locals' cafe serves breakfast all day and traditional Hong Kong baked goods.
Untraditional sushi at this popular Japanese chain has included components as unusual as mayonnaise and foie gras.
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Good food in the city will probably survive Handover, but why take chances?