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Gourmet's guide to Hong Kong

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We struggle to envisage what 833 tonnes of rice looks like. If you piled it all together, we're not sure if it would reach the top of the Eiffel Tower or the Moon. Someone in Hong Kong might know; that's how much they consume in 24 hours.

The nation - not individually.

That's not the end of Hong Kong's insane food stats. They consume 2,290 tonnes of vegetables a day, auction more wine than any other city in the world and have a more complicated etiquette than the average diplomatic banquet.

Compiled by the travel-happy team of Hotel Club, this gourmet's guide to Hong Kong shows why the city is a foodie dream - with several tips on how to discover the nation's best restaurants.

Just make sure you've got your chopstick skills down before travelling.

(Images: Hotel Club/Rex)

(Via: Food Beast)

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