Food in Hong Kong is incredibly fresh and delicious. Instead of cereal for breakfast, try congee, a rice porridge. Be sure to sample traditional dim-sum. Wonton soup can provide an inexpensive and delicious lunch. Do not leave Hong Kong without trying the street food. Although we typically go to “locals” restaurants, one upscale “tourist” restaurant has become a favorite: Hutong. It is located in Tsim Sha Tsui, 28 floors from the ground and overlooking Victoria Harbor and Hong Kong Island. If you can be there at 8pm, you will have a fantastic view of Hong Kong’s spectacular laser show. The food is more “northern” Chinese (spicy!) Our favorite dishes are the lamb ribs and soft shell crab covered with dried chili peppers.