As a food paradise, Hong Kong brings together cuisines from all over the world! 🤤 Is there anything that we should pay attention to before dining out? 🤔
💡Tip 1: Bring your own reusable bag
From April 2015, merchants are required to impose a minimum charge of HK$0.5 for each plastic bag on customers.
💡Tip 2: Bring your own napkin
Most restaurants don’t provide you with napkins. Remember to bring your own one.
💡Tip 3: Bring your own cold water
Most of the restaurants serve you warm water. What’s more, it will cost you extra money to add ice to it.
💡 Tip 4: Always feel free to ask for help if you need it
Most of the restaurants won’t impose service charges. If you want something from them, do ask for their help.
💡Tip 5: Prepare cash
Not all the restaurants accept credit cards, especially street vendors. Prepare cash just in case. 💡Tip 6: Take notice of additional charges
Some restaurants may charge the tea, condiments, and non-ordered snacks brought by the waiters automatically. If you don’t want them, remember to inform the waiter beforehand.
💡Tip 7: Be ready to share table with others.
To ensure every customer can enjoy the meal as quickly as possible, merchants will make the most of every seat available.
💡Tip 8: Wash the utensils with hot tea.
Before drinking the hot tea, you may use it to wash the utensils, then pour it into the large bowl on the table.
💡Tip 9: Dine at QTSA-accredited restaurants.
If you are wondering where to enjoy the quality-guaranteed meal, check out QTSA-accredited restaurants.