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Hong Kong is proudly known as Asia’s World City and the Pearl of the Orient, with a rich culture and British colonial history that combines Cantonese uniqueness and Western progressive ideals – so palpable, you can taste it in their street food!
Check out the top 10 dishes that make Hong Kong a truly distinctive foodie destination.
Hong Kong Milk Tea
Gai Dan Jai (Egg Waffle)
Tau Foo Fa (Tofu Pudding)
Dan Tat (Egg Tart)
Bo Lo Bao
Hong Kong French Toast
Siu Ngoh (Roast Goose)
Chan Dan Min
Few cultures make instant noodles into a signature breakfast dish quite like Hong Kong; adding sliced luncheon meat, sunny-side egg and veggies, thus naming it Chan Dan Min or “egg and meat meal noodles”.
But instead of using the MSG satchels for soup, each restaurant usually has its own broth recipe, making every Chan Dan Min experience unique. Some might even have a dry variant, with the noodles served in a sauce.