A Culinary City Guide to Hong Kong

Whether you are looking for traditional Chinese staples or a bar with a view to round up your dinner, the fascinating special administrative zone Hong Kong has no lack of places to go. Director Culinary Excellence Asia Pacific Fritz Gross will lead you on a stroll through the mecca of Chinese cuisine.

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Breakfast

For a rural experience, I would go to Choi Lung Restaurant. They use locally grown seasonal products. I kind of like the idea of having food that is grown within just a few miles of the area. If you are looking for more of a VIP treatment, Fook Lam Moon is the way to go. The Maxim’s outlets serve great Dim Sum, too.

Choi Lung: 2 Chuen Lung Estate, Route Twisk Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong

Fook Lam Moon: 35-45 Johnston Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

www.fooklammoon-grp.com/en

Snacking

Afternoon Tea

The lobby of the Peninsula Hotel is a must and should be on everyone’s bucket list. Enjoy a great afternoon tea here to the tune of a live orchestra.

Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hongkong

www.hongkong.peninsula.com

Open air

For a great open-air spot, WooloooMooloo Bar is where I quite often go. They have a full bar, great drinks and quality wines by the glass. To top it all off, it also has a fabulous city view.

31/F & Rooftop The Hennessy, 256 Hennessy Rd, Wan Chai, Hongkong

www.wooloo-mooloo.com/

Gross has been with the company for 20 years. He loves to cook and eat fresh seafood.

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