Tung Po at the Java Road Cooked Food Centre in North Point is a place Kaye Dong takes guests - it is “loud, chaotic, eclectic and a ball of energy – just like Hong Kong”, she says. Photo: SCMP Tung Po at the Java Road Cooked Food Centre in North Point is a place Kaye Dong takes guests - it is “loud, chaotic, eclectic and a ball of energy – just like Hong Kong”, she says. Photo: SCMP
Tung Po at the Java Road Cooked Food Centre in North Point is a place Kaye Dong takes guests - it is “loud, chaotic, eclectic and a ball of energy – just like Hong Kong”, she says. Photo: SCMP

Curry she’s been eating for 20 years, Thai fat noodles and harbour-view favourites - a vegetarian’s go-to Hong Kong restaurants

  • At Kaye Dong’s favourite curry place there are only two choices for vegetarians, but both are packed with flavour. She’s a sucker for Samsen’s Thai food too
  • PANO or Palco Ristorante are perfect for a fancy night out, she says, and with her Vietnamese roots she would fly to Da Nang for a bowl of pho if she could

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Tung Po at the Java Road Cooked Food Centre in North Point is a place Kaye Dong takes guests - it is “loud, chaotic, eclectic and a ball of energy – just like Hong Kong”, she says. Photo: SCMP Tung Po at the Java Road Cooked Food Centre in North Point is a place Kaye Dong takes guests - it is “loud, chaotic, eclectic and a ball of energy – just like Hong Kong”, she says. Photo: SCMP
Tung Po at the Java Road Cooked Food Centre in North Point is a place Kaye Dong takes guests - it is “loud, chaotic, eclectic and a ball of energy – just like Hong Kong”, she says. Photo: SCMP
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