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Hong Kong Cuisine

  1. 1. Hong Kong Cuisineand Greetings Group G - Ummairah - Antony - Joycelyn - Hassan - Aide
  2. 2. HONG KONG 香港Official language- Chinese & EnglishSpoken language- Cantonese- Traditional Chinese- English
  3. 3. GREETINGS AND SIMPLE PHRASES In English : Good Morning In Cantonese : 早晨 . [Jóusàhn] In Traditional chinese : 早安 [Zǎo ān] In English : Hello. In Cantonese : 你好 . [Néih hóu] In Traditional Chinese : 你好 [Nǐ hǎo] In English : Thank you. (when someone gives you a gift) In Cantonese : 多謝 [Dōjeh] In Traditional Chinese : 謝謝 [Xie Xie]
  4. 4. FOOD Dim sum •Chinese food in bite-sized portions •Served in small steamer baskets •Unique way it is served in some restaurantsDim Sum •ready-to-serve dim sum dishes are carted around the restaurant for customers to choose their orders while seated at their tables •Tea is typically served with dim sum
  5. 5. FOOD Poon Choi •Also known as Big Bowl Feast •Traditional dish originating from Hong KongPoon Choi •Also be found in different parts of Hong Kong •Served in wooden, porcelain or metal basins.
  6. 6. FOOD Char siu  Also spelled chasu, cha siu, chashao, and char siew Known as Chinese-flavored barbecued meat (usually pork) Popular way to flavor and prepare pork in Cantonese cuisineChar Siu
  7. 7. DRINKSHong Kong-style milk tea•Beverage originating from Hong Kong•Black tea with evaporated milk orcondensed milk•Usually part of lunch in Hong Kong teaculture. Hot milk tea•Frequently found overseas inrestaurants serving Hong Kong cuisine
  8. 8. DRINKSChrysanthemum tea•Flower-based herbal tea•Made from chrysanthemum flowerssteeped in hot water in a teapot withrock sugar .•In Chinese tradition, once a pot of Chrysanthemum teachrysanthemum tea has been drunk, hotwater is added again to the flowers in thepot producing a tea that is slightly lessstrong•Process repeates several times.•First drunk during the Song Dynasty .
  9. 9. SNACKSFish ballsCommon food in southern Chinaand overseas Chinese communitiesMade from surimi ( fish meat ) Fish balls on sticks
  10. 10. SNACKS Stinky tofu Fermented tofu that has a strong odor Popular snack in Hong Kong Deep-fried Stinky tofu Homemade at night markets or roadside stands, or as a side dish in lunch bars
  11. 11. CREDITS http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dim_sum http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poon_Choi http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scallop http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hong_Kong-style_milk_tea http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chrysanthemum_tea http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_ball http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=fish+ball+on+stick&rlz=1R2GGIE_enS http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stinky_tofu
  12. 12. THANK YOU 多謝 Dōjeh.

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