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There are few dining destinations that can compete with Hong Kong, and there aren’t many areas in the city that can display the diversity of delicacies quite like Temple Street. The night market brings in the crowds, and those who come to shop stay to eat. If their forte is for Cantonese food – and this being Hong Kong, you can make a safe assumption that it is – then there Wang Hing Restaurant stands above all others. They take up some prime real estate along Temple Street, across four addresses, and the crowds come in their droves. They’ve been there for more than 30 years, and their reputation – particularly for their claypot rice – continues to grow and grow, so make a move out to Yau Ma Tei in Kowloon for a Chinese-style feast to remember. Book a table now.