Since Hong Kong people are from many different Chinese people
groups, there're also many different types of Chinese breakfast
food in addition to western food.
- Cantonese food
- going for dim
sum brunch is a common practice both for families and
- having congee, deep-fried breadsticks, and 'cheung fan'
is also common.
- having stir-friend noodles or 'cheung
fan' is a quick breakfast on-the-run
- Shanghaiese food
- Localized western food
- at 'cha
chaan tang' ('tea cafe' or 'tea restaurant'), there
are localized western breakfast food - eggs, pancakes, French
toast, hot cereal, macaroni in soup, coffee, tea, and 'yin
yeung' (coffee and tea combined).
- at the bakery, many different kinds of buns are available.
Some of the popular ones are: cocktail bun, pineapple
bun, roast pork bun.
- Western food
- though not as many choices, dry cereal is available at
- there're even some 24-hour breakfast restaurants that
serve quite good western breakfasts. Not only do they have
the usual sunny side up, over easy, ham, sausage, omelettes,
etc., they even have grits! If you are from down under and
need to have a Vegemite fix, they have it too!
Above: rice congee, something said
by the locals to be good for cleaning out one's system. Just don't
use it to clean out your gas tank.