When it comes to food, Hong Kong is a mecca. It has Michelin star restaurant and chefs in such a small area, it’s not funny. There are also Michelin recommended eateries and some that boast of a few Michelin whisks too.
While some as up-market like the Chinese restaurant at the Langham hotel in Tsim Tsa Tsui others are a little, well, down-to-earth. This offers beef brisket noodles – if in Hong Kong, apart from wanton noodles and dim sum, beef brisket noodles is a must. The beef is stewed for hours and the thick gravy with meltingly soft beef is slathered over skinny yellow noodles.
Take the train (MTR) to Hong Kong and get off at Sheung Wan station. Head to Wing Kut Street off Des Veoux Road Central. This street is often filled with little stalls selling stuff – including one that’s famed for its preserved ginger!! Just…
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