Chinatowns around the world were created by the intrepid Cantonese and with them they brought their cuisine making Chinese takeout one of the most popular foods in the western world. Hong Kong is the home to this food and just like all national cuisines it tastes better on home turf. The best place to refuel, for Cantonese food, or otherwise, is the deadly combination of SoHo and Lan Kwai Fong, both just above Central MTR and well signposted from the station
For a feed the brimming streets of SoHo are jam-packed with restaurants from every corner of the world, as well as people. Top-notch Cantonese cuisine can be had at any number of restaurants in the city, but a solid recommendation is Yung Kee, at 32-40 Wellington Road. The restaurants neon façade hides some of the best Cantonese cooking in the world. Yung Kee are masters of most Cantonese dishes but their most famous dish is the delicious Cantonese classic roast pork- a must try.
As the night wears on you will inevitably find yourself gravitating towards the myriad of bars, that make up Lan Kwai Fong; these are literally round the corner from Yung Kee. Lan Kwai Fong is where youll find Hong Kong cutting loose; dedicated drinking dens rub elbows with funky bars and chic night-clubs as Hong Kong pleasure seekers drink and dance into the wee hours. This gives you time to get to know the citys inhabitants and plan your next trip.