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Kowloon Restaurants – Treat your taste buds in Hong Kong’s food capital

Hong Kong, a fast growing metropolis in south eastern China is popular for its shopping, cultural sites and vibrant food scene. Over sixty million tourists visited in 2014 and this number is expected to grow exponentially in the coming years along with their requirements, varying between those looking for a luxury resort and others seeking a budget hotel in Hong Kong. During your stay, an interesting neighbourhood to explore is Kowloon, the former industrial district that is now the food capital of Hong Kong. Specialities from all across Southeast Asia can be found here. The local desserts, sold out of quaint family-run eateries, are an authentic experience not to be missed. The Dorsett Mongkok, Hong Kong offers affordable accommodation in the area.

You can find a variety of mouth-watering treats, no matter what your preferences and budget. Start at the top with the recent burst of Michelin-star restaurants that are taking over the high rises overlooking the harbour. Visit La Saison by Jacques Barnachon to sample some top notch French cuisine and you can expect to pay close to a thousand Hong Kong dollars for a meal for two. High tea, a trend that is quickly catching on within the city’s top tier hotels indicates that fine dining is very much on the rise. Some of the world’s best chefs are doing their finest work in Kowloon’s kitchens today.

If you are looking for a dining option that will not put a dent in your wallet, head to a local favourite like the Spring Deer on Mody Road. The Peking duck is the top menu pick but several other pork, beef and duck dishes are accompanied by rave reviews. Nathan Congee and Noodle on Saigon Street is Hon Kong’s answer to an American diner and serves it Chinese comfort food.

Chandrishan Williams is a travel writer who writes under the pen name, Caleb Falcon. He specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers.


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