One of the world’s most delicious cities, Hong Kong offers culinary excitement whether you’re spending $20 on a bowl of noodles or $2000 on a seafood feast. The dominant cuisine in Hong Kong is Cantonese and it’s easily among the best you can find anywhere in the world. Beyond Cantonese food, the best of China is well represented, be it Shanghainese, Northern or Sichuanese. From monkfish liver sushi to French molecular cuisine, Hong Kong has no shortage of great restaurants specialising in the food of other cultures. The variety and quality of Asian cuisines is outstanding, surpassing even Tokyo. Then there’s the exceptional array of Western options. Hong Kong’s affluent and cosmopolitan population loves Western food, especially European. This is evidenced by the number of international celebrity chefs with restaurants here, such as Joël Robuchon and Pierre Gagnaire.