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Hidden Hong Kong Dining

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18choice-span-articleLarge.jpgThe New York Times takes a close look at the private kitchens of Hong Kong, "speakeasy-like restaurants usually in residential buildings." Years ago, these hidden spots used to stick to inexpensive Cantonese or Sichuan food, but now, inventive chefs have started to embrace the trend. [NYTimes]

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