What we ate: Hong Kong.

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 A Cantonese classic: Beef Chow Fun.

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 Popular meats: Roasted port, Hainanese chicken and barbecue pork.

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Meat sauce with egg over rice. A lot of dishes in Hong Kong have Western elements such as pasta noodles and sauces.

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 Hot pot.

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Pre-Disnleyland snacks: Asian Toast (my favorite), fresh watermelon and kiwi juices and sushi.

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 Traditional Cantonese breakfast of congee and sticky rice wrapped in lotus leaf.

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 Breakfast plates  in Hong Kong consist of Western classics like eggs and toast alongside hearty meats like tender chicken filets or Portuguese sausage.

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 Hainanese Chicken Rice.

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 Fried Rice.

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 Another classic Cantonese dish: Gai Lan with Oyster Sauce.

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Lemon ice tea.

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Fresh fruit and fried rice at the Eva Lounge prior to the next leg of our trip… Taipei posts coming soon!

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