Hong Kong, being a short 4 hour flight from Singapore, is a regular destination for long weekends to visit friends and family. One of the main attractions is the amazing food - here are some of my favorites!
Snake soup - yes, snake. Despite my attempts at avoiding this dish, peer pressure prevailed and quite surprisingly I enjoyed the dish. Doesn't taste any different than similar looking soups, and is apparently quite good for you.
Every dish here was truly delicious. We've all had the staple dim sum dishes countless times, but something about the quality and taste here made the food here really stand out. Couple that with a great setting and amazing view, you really can't beat having a nice afternoon lunch at Cuisine Cuisine to soak in all that Hong Kong has to offer.
The wagyu shabu shabu here was a crazy good quality, especially given the extremely reasonable price of $228 HKD for the Japanese Supreme Wagyu set. Add on the $20 HKD free flow of beer & cider, and you're in for an amazing meal.
I'd suggest trying both Austrlian and Japanese Wagyu early on to see which you prefer - the marbling on the Japanese meat may be a bit rich for some.