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Title: Where to Eat the Best Pan-Asian Food in Hong Kong


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WHERE TO EAT THE BEST PAN-ASIAN FOOD IN HONG KONG?
Before answering this question, let me take you
through the basics of Pan-Asian food. If you are
in Hong Kong, and you feel hungry, you must try
the best Pan- Asian food from the best Indian
restaurant in Hong Kong and that is Mint and
Basil. Now, first lets get back to the basics.
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DEFINE PAN-ASIAN FOOD
Pan-Asian food encompasses special dishes from
different nations and cultures throughout the
Asian continent. Any cuisine from a culture
originating from any greater continent of Asia
including, but not just limited to, Japanese,
Thai, Korean, Vietnamese, and Indian. If you
visit Indian Restaurant like Mint and Basil in
Tung Chung, you are likely to get the option of
eating the Pan-Asian cuisines, which include
spicy curry dishes from the rural Southern part
of India. Other than these, the dishes include
pork, rice, vegetable dishes from Vietnam. You
can eat PanAsian food at a well-known Indian
restaurant and have a gala time with your pals.
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WHY YOU MUST EAT PAN-ASIAN FOOD?
Regardless of the type, all foods are great and
must be tried and eaten at least once. Food is
actually the remedy to all sorts of illnesses
because almost every food contains green
vegetables, protein-rich meat, eggs, and spices.
The ways of preparing the food, quantity of
spices and veggies that are added differ from one
cuisine to another. When it comes to eating
Asian food, it is well-known for its nutritious
and balanced properties. Even the researchers at
the International Food Policy Research Institute
also believe that the Asian plant-based diet
which includes locally grown staple grains like
rice, potatoes, beans, legumes, and fruits
provides protection against many chronic
illnesses. Every single ingredient that is added
to Pan-Asian food has some or other health
benefits. On the whole Pan-Asian diet includes a
healthy balance of meat, vegetables, and fruits
A complete combination of healthy, yummy, and
content food.
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TOP 10 PAN-ASIAN, INDIAN RESTAURANTS IN HONG KONG
MINT AND BASIL, TUNG CHUNG If you are a food
lover and are looking forward to having a
memorable experience with food, the ambiance in
Hong Kong, then visit the widely preferred and
popular choice among people i.e., Mint and
Basil. There are two outlets the first is
located in Tung Chung area, near The Hong Kong
Airport and the second is in Sai Wan Ho area of
Hong Kong Island close to the Victoria
Harbor. The best part of the restaurant is that
it is sea-facing, offers you a cool breeze,
exotic air, and a calm ambiance. You will find
the major attractions near the restaurant like
Island East Sports Centre, Hong Kong Film
Archive, Quarry Bay Park, and Sai Wan Ho
FerryPier. If you want to try our signature
Vietnamese and Thai cuisines then, must-try
Vietnamese Sugar Cane Shrimp, Char-Grilled Beef
Sirloin with Lemongrass, and Vietnamese Yellow
Curry with vegetables or chicken.
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CHACHAWAN This is another Thai restaurant that
dishes out great food from the North-Eastern
regional cuisine of Isaan. It offers
crowd-pleasing dishes like Gai Yang, a juicy
grilled chicken thigh, Goong Golae, made with
tiger prawn in a dry red coconut curry, and Sam
Chan Tort Glua, a deep-fried crispy pork belly
dish served with tangy and spicy tamarind sauce.
It adds a slight kick and even more flavor.
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INDONESIAN STATE HOUSE If you are looking for
something different in this Cantonese-heavy area,
then Indonesian Sate House serves up a range of
Indonesian favourites such as beef rendang curry
and goreng noodles. This tiny shop has a
fantastic nutty satay recipe a must for any
Indonesian worth its salt.
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BIBI AND BABA
This is the latest Southeast Asian restaurant you
must hit in Hong Kong. Serving up Nyonya, also
known as Peranakan, cuisine in Hong Kong, this
restaurant aims to bring vibrant flavors,
spices, and colors. We would recommend you to go
for the creamy laksa or flavorful Penang prawn
mee, topped with crispy kueh pie tees. For more
punchy flavors, you can also choose options like
Assam fish, shrimp stir-fried with petai (a
stinky bean) or beef rendang.
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MONSOON This restaurant is the brainchild of
reputed chef Will Meyrick. He is the man behind.
Now, unfortunately, closed pan-Asian restaurant
Mama San has returned with another hybrid
cuisine dining concept. Delving into the
Southeast Asian flavors of Indonesia, Malaysia,
Cambodia, Vietnam, and more, this restaurant
offers a wide range on its menu.
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SAMSEN
This offers solid Thai street food and boat
noodles to Hong Kong, a popular Thai restaurant.
Samsen is a favorite among many people in Hong
Kong. The generous bowls of wagyu beef boat
noodles are topped with veggies, beef balls and
crunch in a meaty and rich broth. We would highly
recommend getting extra crispy pork or fish skin
to complement the meal. Along with it, a beer
would not hurt either. Casual and a bit cramped,
this eatery feels as though it came straight out
of Bangkoks side streets.
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CAFÉ MALACCA You may not have the best Southeast
Asian food without visiting this restaurant.
This is one of the most authentic Malaysian and
Singaporean kitchens in the city. Ranked high,
if among the local Southeast Asians in the town.
The smoky and aromatic char koay teow here is
one of their most popular dishes.
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XUAN
  • Helmed by Vietnamese chef John Nguyen, formerly
    of Chôm Chôm, Xuan is a modern-style Vietnamese
    restaurant. It offers all the classics with a
    little bit of a twist.
  • The 12-hour braised beef tongue salad, for
    example, is a winning start with freshness from
    green mango, pomelo, and homemade citrus
    dressing, which is followed by the signature
    beef pho in a beef broth, simmered for about
    24-hours. You can even opt for amplifying the
    noodles with add-ons like roasted beef bone
    marrow, chicken heart, liver, or crispy skin. The
    com ga Hoi and chicken rice is another star dish
    it gets the top marks, so you can try this out
    too.

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Chung Hong Kong 852 2762 8077 info_at_mintandbasi
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