Chinese Food

Hong Kong was definitely a trip that is worth remembering– the people, the places, and most of all, the FOOD.  I must say that because I am a pescatarian (my diet mostly consist of seafood– I don’t eat poultry), it was pretty challenging obtaining fresh produce. Nonetheless, the food was pretty ah-may-zing!! Although we can get some Chinese food down the street from where we are, it just feels different eating an authentic meal from Hong Kong. Here are a couple of foods that I tried out

  • Custard Buns-

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To be honest, out of all of the foods that I’ve ate in China, this one was my favorite (and look how cute they are!)

  • Moon Cakes

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There are different types of mooncakes, but I’ve only tried the egg white with the paste. It  was pretty good, I can’t attest to the taste the different mooncakes, but overall I heard that most of them were pretty rich

  • Pineapple Buns 

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  • Snake Soup

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The soup was pretty good– it actually tasted like curry broth.

  • Fish Ball Noodles

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  • Marshmello Banana Toast

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  • Bean Soup

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  • Tofu Pudding

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  • Egg Tart

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  • Egg Waffle

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  • Hong Kong French Toast

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The only difference between Hong Kong French toast and American French Toast is that Hong Kong French toast taste more savory than sweet.