Hong Kong's Strange Colors of Gastronomy
1. DIM SUM
Dim sum is relatively familiar to Vietnamese people, many call it dumplings. But not as simple as dumplings, Dim sum has hundreds of different types of steamed, fried, boiled steamed. People can eat Dim sum at any time of day without feeling bored.
Dim sum is a dish not only popular in Hong Kong but also influenced the cuisine of many other countries. Distinguished and varied are the words that people use to describe this dish. People say, Dim sum means "touch the heart"
Dim sum means "touch your heart"
2. MILK TEA
Milk tea is too familiar to young Vietnamese. Milk tea in Vietnam is very rich with many different types but in Hong Kong we also enjoy more taste and more unique mix. Even if you drink milk tea at home but if you have the opportunity to travel to Hong Kong do not forget to enjoy this romantic drink.
3. CHAR XIU
Aromatic barbecue with honey, soy sauce, rice wine, malt, oysters, oyster, garlic, pepper ... served with rice, rice noodle, porridge or bread are extremely pleasant.
Char xiu is sold a lot in Hong Kong, from the sidewalk to the luxury restaurant. Traditional Char xiu are soaked under the skillful hands of talented chefs here will certainly not disappoint you.
Hong Kong Char xiu is attractive, beautiful and extremely delicious.
4. PAN-FRIED SCAMBLED EGG RICE CAKE WITH DUCK MEAT
5. PUT CHAI KO
Put Chai Ko is not known by a Vietnamese name Red beans or Glutinous rice pudding. This type of cake is quite similar to Plain rice flan but mixed with red bean in the bowl
When the cake is ripe, people put the cake out of the mold and plug the sticks like ice cream to eat. Just wandering the streets of Hong Kong just enjoy Put Chai Ko is very interesting. Nowadays, people are creating more and more flavors, so you should come to Hong Kong and enjoy Put Chai Ko
Put Chai Ko are usually made of rice flour and red beans
6. POON CHOI
Poon Choi is a traditional dish and is often used by families for spring break. Dishes symbolize prosperity, fullness and luck in the new year. It is not necessary to go to Hong Kong at the beginning of the year to enjoy Poon Choi, at any given time you can discover this food and learn more about the cuisine and culture of the place.
7. GAI DAAN JAI
Gai Daan Jai is also known as egg whiskey. This type of cake is really delicious and also in the top of the street food attract the world. Gai Daan Jai is sold throughout the streets of Hong Kong, fascinated by the rich, crispy eggs.
There are just some of the many Hong Kong culinary flavors that you will enjoy when coming here. Take time to go more and taste more delicious food in Hong Kong