I am curious...
For those on this board who have lived and eaten in other major world cities (Paris, NYC, Tokyo, London, Rome, Mexico City, etc.) what food/food experience have you had in HK that far surpasses the same in other cities?
Where does HK stand head and shoulders above the rest?
After 20 months in HK, I would say that the preparation and presentation of *pork* is a high art here. The meat itself is more delicious. The myriad uses -- pork intestine, windpipe, lungs, kidney, lard-based pastries, etc, etc -- are dazzling. The skill with which it is prepared is awe-inspiring. The pork I've eaten in HK will most certainly be the standard to which I compare all pork in the future.
So, where do you think HK outshines other cosmopolitan cities gastronomically? Seafood, duck/goose, noodles, dim sum, etc.
What should world-class foodies travel to HK to experience?
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