If you’re looking for a place to eat out in Hong Kong, you’re hardly stuck for choice. If your tastes tend towards the fresh fish fancies of sushi, then there are plenty of options, ditto if you like Korean BBQ with your pals, or a Western-style feast to impress. The one cuisine that stands above all others is Cantonese, however, and at Wang Hing Restaurant on Temple Street, you can pick up some of the best around. Temple Street is known as a dining destination, with night markets and restaurants all over, but few can compete with Wang Hing for longevity – 30 years in the business speaks for itself – or for quality, with their claypot rice known all over Hong Kong. Take a trip to Yau Ma Tei in Kowloon for a Chinese feast to remember: just remember to reserve your seat ahead of time, lest they get too busy and run out of space.