The Chinese Library’s Chrysanthemum “thousand cut” silken tofu in chicken broth. Carline Ki likes this spot, as chef Junno Li “has put a lot of thought into the food and made it delicious”. She also shares her other top food picks in Hong Kong. Photo: The Chinese Library
The Chinese Library’s Chrysanthemum “thousand cut” silken tofu in chicken broth. Carline Ki likes this spot, as chef Junno Li “has put a lot of thought into the food and made it delicious”. She also shares her other top food picks in Hong Kong. Photo: The Chinese Library

Dishes with taste ‘beyond expectation’ in Hong Kong: a food lover’s picks for the best Chinese restaurants and traditional Chiu Chow fare

  • Carline Ki grew up in a Chiu Chow family and has a favourite Hong Kong Island spot for oyster omelette and marinated goose
  • She also has a taste for traditional and modern Cantonese cuisine, has high praise for chef Jayson Tang and loves one high-end French-Italian spot in particular

The Chinese Library’s Chrysanthemum “thousand cut” silken tofu in chicken broth. Carline Ki likes this spot, as chef Junno Li “has put a lot of thought into the food and made it delicious”. She also shares her other top food picks in Hong Kong. Photo: The Chinese Library
The Chinese Library’s Chrysanthemum “thousand cut” silken tofu in chicken broth. Carline Ki likes this spot, as chef Junno Li “has put a lot of thought into the food and made it delicious”. She also shares her other top food picks in Hong Kong. Photo: The Chinese Library
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