Chinese food is everywhere in Hong Kong, and there’s a fair old bit of Japanese to be found too. Korean barbecue is all the rage and there’s enough expats to keep the Western and subcontinental restaurants in business as well. Middle Eastern food, however, is often harder to come by in the city, but over in Tai Kok Tsui, they’ve got themselves an outpost of Oman, an embassy of Egypt, a quarter of Qatar, a morsel of Morocco, a bite of Beirut, a taste of Tunisia, an inlet of Israel, a piece of Palestine, a slice of Saudi, a yurt of Yemen… OK, you get the point. Hyatti Restaurant on Hoi King Street offers up a huge range of kebabs, tagines and dips from the Levant so head over to Olympic station for a feed – just remember to book your table in advance, as they do get busy. Oh, and they’re completely halal as well!