Liu Yuan Pavilion’s drunken chicken. The Wan Chai, Hong Kong restaurant is a favourite of food scientist and Shake Shack executive Cindy Yang. Photo: courtesy of Instagram/@foodgasmic.hk
Liu Yuan Pavilion’s drunken chicken. The Wan Chai, Hong Kong restaurant is a favourite of food scientist and Shake Shack executive Cindy Yang. Photo: courtesy of Instagram/@foodgasmic.hk

The best Shanghainese restaurant in Hong Kong, according to a food scientist and Shake Shack executive who also loves sushi and steak

  • Cindy Yang, a food scientist who works as a regional culinary manager for Shake Shack, is an ‘adventurous foodie’ who loves seeking new flavours
  • She tells us about her go-to Chinese restaurant in the city and its hairy crab feast, and why she rates the Kansai-style sukiyaki at a favourite Japanese place

Liu Yuan Pavilion’s drunken chicken. The Wan Chai, Hong Kong restaurant is a favourite of food scientist and Shake Shack executive Cindy Yang. Photo: courtesy of Instagram/@foodgasmic.hk
Liu Yuan Pavilion’s drunken chicken. The Wan Chai, Hong Kong restaurant is a favourite of food scientist and Shake Shack executive Cindy Yang. Photo: courtesy of Instagram/@foodgasmic.hk
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