Preserved eggs were described as 'the most revolting food in the world' by a CNNgo report in June, but Wong Wing-kay disagrees. One of the graphic designer's favourite street foods is zaa daan, a deep-fried preserved egg wrapped in fish paste. 'I love the flavour of preserved egg and its texture is unique,' Wong says. Tai Fat Restaurant - a Thai eatery in Kowloon City recommended by her colleagues - introduced her to another preserved egg dish with a twist. 'The food there is quite good. I love the deep-fried shrimp cake particularly - it has a preserved egg inside. It has become our must-order,' Wong says. She has also ordered the shrimp sashimi with crunchy deep-fried shrimp heads served with a spicy dip and raw garlic. Wong is always looking for new places to eat and relies mostly on tips from friends. Her favourite cuisines are Thai and Italian. She loves both countries. She's quite selective about food. 'If you're offered a choice, of course you have to pick what's good and what you love to eat,' she says.