Where to Eat and Drink in Wan Chai – Discover the best of Chinese cuisine

The metropolitan area of Wan Chai is a great place to grab some of the most delicious authentic Chinese cuisine from world-renowned restaurants. Here are some top picks you should try out.

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Super Star Seafood Restaurant

The restaurant holds much popularity to the extent that it is a bit difficult to find a table at times. If you are a seafood lover, this is the ideal place to be at. Also, this spot is popular among locals and tourists alike for its dim sum! You’ll come across a broad selection of dim sum staples like steamed pork spare ribs, jumbo spring rolls, rice rolls and more.

Fung Shing Restaurant

You can smell and feel and enjoy the world they offer you simple, delicious yet cheap food here. If you stay at a Hong Kong boutique hotel the likes of Cosmo Hotel Hong Kong, it won’t take long to reach this restaurant. And it is a nice getaway if you are bored with traditional Chinese meals such as chicken, steamed fish, fried rice and noodles.

Tao Heung

If you have a soft spot for hotpot, Tao Heung is the place you shall not miss. Tao Heung is dedicated to the hotpot business. Once you get there, you will note how different and original they are in their way of doing things.

Inn Side Out

Your journey to Hong Kong will consummate once you step into Inn Side Out. ISO, as it is known among frequenters, has so many things to watch out for. Nestled on a grassy pitch, it is an ideal place to enjoy the sunshine. Their meals include chicken salad, soba noodles and the hoisin dressing in the salad.

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Best Street Food Stalls in Bangkok – Explore food lovers’ paradise

Your visit to Bangkok would be void if you’ve missed savouring its scrumptious food or sit on a street-side to eat some its mouthwatering delicacies. Here are some top places to taste delicious Thai dishes.




A quintessential Thai dining experience that you should not miss! The Bangrak Cafe is a hip and fashionable place to eat in Bangkok, rather modest in size but serving up amazing Thai food. The food here is always fresh and delicious with highlights like red chicken curry, chicken wings, chicken cashews, and shrimps covered in crisp bacon.


Bamee Sawang

Bamee Sawang is the place to go for the best noodle soup in the city! The egg noodle preparation is done by hand in the restaurant itself, which uses traditional wood stoves rather than the usual gas stoves. For authentic Thai cuisine, this restaurant is undoubtedly one of the best places to go. If you’re staying at a serviced apartment in Sukhumvit Bangkok the likes of Citadines Sukhumvit 23 Bangkok, it’s a 19-minute drive to this restaurant.


Ratchawat Market

If you would love to try traditional cuisine in Thailand but street food style then you need to head to Ratchawat Market and Sriyan Market as they have some beautifully cooked Roast Duck and Kode beef noodles from traditional Thai cuisine.

Bang Khun Non

If you wish for a decent and calm street food experience then Banh Khun Non is the place for you as the street food vendors have high standards when it comes to the food they serve, the quality of service and even the cleanliness and the crowd maintenance at the stalls.


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Must Try Dishes in Hong Kong – A Quick Guide for Foodies

A melting pot of cultures and cuisines, Hong Kong offers some quite delectable culinary discoveries for foodies. Here are some must try dishes!


Dim Sum

A quintessential dish to enjoy in Hong Kong, especially with tea, bite-sized dim sum comes with a variety of fillings be it savoury or sweet and either fried, baked or steamed. Check out Lin Heung Tea House, within a five minute walk from Citadines Mercer Hong Kong for some excellent dim sum dishes.

Wonton Noodles

Featuring thin egg noodles, this dish is usually served with dumplings that have shrimp or other meat fillings, all of which are submerged in a distinctively seasoned broth. Easy to reach if you’re staying at a Sheung Wan service apartment, Mak’s Noodle on Wellington Street in Central Hong Kong offers some great wonton noodles.

Roast Pork

Does the sound of roast pork belly with a crispy outer skin and melt in your mouth meat on the inside make your tummy rumble with eager anticipation? Look to enjoy such craving-inducing delights in Hong Kong at restaurants like Yau Wun Roast Meat in Quarry Bay!

Roast Goose

Not to be missed is a chance to savour roast goose, made to perfection using varied spices; some of the recipes are ‘family secrets’! Generally roasted over charcoal, this dish blends crispiness with juicy meat and can be tried at places like Yung Kee Restaurant.

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