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Michelin-star dim sum treat

By Rebecca Lo | China Daily | Updated: 2012-08-27 13:37

Chef Leung Fai-hung of the one Michelin star Hoi King Heen in Hong Kong is a man who finds inspiration everywhere, including at home. His award-winning pan-fried glutinous rice dumpling is inspired by his wife's Hakka culture. After some professional innovations, the result is a family style dumpling lightly fried on the bottom, plump with savory pork and peanut filling inside. The chef's many other inventive twists on traditional Cantonese favorites make Hoi King Heen a yummy place for dim sum lunch, although its barbecue pork and seafood dishes are equally delicious at dinner.

B2, InterContinental Grand Stanford, 70 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. 852-2731-2883.

- Rebecca Lo

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