These sticky rice dumplings or zongzi are traditionally eaten around the Dragon Boat Festival. Eat them alone or served with soy sauce or crystal sugar.
Dragon beard candy is a Chinese delicacy that is surrounded by many thin, white threads and stuffed by a delicately sweet, nutty filling.
A century egg goes by many names: thousand year egg, millennium egg, or pidan. Let us show you how to savour its gooey green yolk.
Mixing some strong coffee with the famous Hong Kong milk tea makes one aromatic, intriguing beverage called yuanyang (or yinyong or cofftea).
Let us show you how to enjoy clay pot rice, a winter food staple in Hong Kong that has a crispy outside and soft inside.
You will always find these glutinous rice balls (tang yuan) on your dining table during festivals like Chinese New Year and Mid Autumn Festival.
Poon Choi is an important cuisine from the walled villages in Hong Kong. Learn how to devour the meticulously layered ingredients packed in a basin
Do you notice that beautiful candy box in every home during Chinese New Year? Let us show you all the “lucky” food items inside.
Snake soup is one of Hong Kong’s most traditional winter warmers that is packed with complex textures, rich flavours, and health benefits
Have a good start to the day and experience the “east meets west” food fare in Hong Kong with these classic breakfast choices.