If you want a foodie adventure in Hong Kong, start your day with some Hong Kong-style milk tea at Lan Fong Yuen (pictured) in Gage Street, Central, says sommelier Olivia Lee. She tells us her favourite places to eat and drink in the city. Photo: Felix Wong

Tips for a foodie adventure in Hong Kong from a sommelier, and where she goes to drink and eat

  • Start your day of adventurous eating with Hong Kong-style milk tea and French toast, says Olivia Lee. Then have barbecue goose, and seafood at Tung Po
  • The sommelier also tells us her favourite sushi indulgence, where to go for a ‘heavenly dining experience’, and her go-to spot for a quick drink
Topic |   Hong Kong dining recommendations

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If you want a foodie adventure in Hong Kong, start your day with some Hong Kong-style milk tea at Lan Fong Yuen (pictured) in Gage Street, Central, says sommelier Olivia Lee. She tells us her favourite places to eat and drink in the city. Photo: Felix Wong
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