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There are countless places to eat in Hong Kong – this is one of the world’s premier dining cities, after all – and one can pick up food from all over the world. Whether your tastes are for the freshness and precision of sushi, the do-it-yourself delights of Korean BBQ or the refined climes of Western restaurants, then you’re in the right place for those cuisines, but there is one culinary tradition that stands above all others in HK. Cantonese food is the native favourite, and at Wang Hing Restaurant on Temple Street in Yau Ma Tei, they do it better than most. They’ve been in the business for 30 years, and in that time have built up a reputation for superb Chinese specialities, particularly for their claypot rice, which is is famed all over Hong Kong. Take a trip out to Kowloon and Wang Hing Restaurant – just remember to book a table in advance, as they do get busy on occasion.