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In the heart of Hong Kong’s Temple Street, one can find an icon of Cantonese cuisine that has stood for more than 30 years. The taste of Hong Kongers for Chinese food is near insatiable, and their standards are understandably very high, so when we say that they keep coming back time and again to Wang Hing on Temple Street, then you can imagine why. The claypot rice is the house speciality, and is widely-known around the city, but the whole menu is worth trying, from fresh seafood to homemade desserts. If you’re at the night market, or just in Kowloon for a feed, then you could do a lot worse than a trip to Wang Hing. Take the train to Yau Ma Tei or Jordan on the MTR and wander up to Temple Street – follow the crowds, of course – and remember to reserve your table ahead of time, as they do get busy.