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These bite-sized dumplings are among the most famous Cantonese foods. Often served straight from the trolley wheeled tantalisingly around the restaurant, they can be steamed, baked or fried, with common fillings including meat, seafood and vegetables.
Flavoured with a blend of aromatic spices and roasted to perfection, this succulent barbequed pork is sweet, sticky and savoury all at once. It's often served with a side of rice, and trying it is a Hong Kong travel 2016 essential.
Known as daa bin lou in Cantonese, this self-assembly dish is a Hong Kong food classic. It consists of a large pot of boiling broth, along with all manner of fresh ingredients - including seafood, meat, vegetables and tofu - that you dip in and cook yourself.
Hong Kong's best-loved noodle dish is a steaming bowl of delicious clear broth with and wonton dumplings, typically containing shrimp and minced pork. Garnished with spring onions and leafy vegetables, it's comfort food at its best.
This chilled dessert soup is a puree of mango with coconut milk, cream and sugar, with delectable chunks of fresh mango, pomelo, and tapioca-like sago pearls.