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Four of Hong Kong's best places for 'char siu'

Where to find the local barbecue-pork staple at its most succulent

Thick cuts of char siu at The Legacy House. (© Tory Ho)

This article is part of a new collaboration between Nikkei Asia and FT Globetrotter, showcasing the best journalism from Nikkei Asia writers about cities across the region. You can read more from Globetrotter here.

Char siu, or Chinese barbecue pork, is a traditional dish from the Canton region that has made its way on to the menus of most restaurants in Hong Kong.

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