Iconic street foods you must try in Hong Kong

24/08/2018   301  5/5 trong 6 rates 
Iconic street foods you must try in Hong Kong
One of the interesting features in the lifestyle of Hong Kong people is enjoying street foods. Have you ever tried those dishes? Here are some iconic street foods in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong is famous for food. If you’ve ever walked along the street of Hong Kong, you must have smelled the tasty smells of street food stalls from seafood to noodles or even egg tarts. There is a whole world of street food to explore. For each dish, you can also find restaurants where you can taste them.
  • Curry Fish Ball

    Curry Fish BallCurry Fish Ball

    This dish is a classic street snack with decades of history in Hong Kong. It is made from minced fish meat and tastes like Japanese Takoyaki. It is served with a thick curry sauce that is sweet and mildly spicy.

    Address: G/F, Dundas Square, 43D Dundas Street, Mong Kok
    Opening hours: 10:00 to 21:00
    Price: around 20 HKD (3 USD)/person

  • Egg Waffles

    Egg WafflesEgg Waffles

    The honeycomb shaped egg waffles are thicker in texture, with the crisp around the edges & fluffy soft in the middle. It is made from sweet, egg-rich batter and cooked on the hot griddle.

    Address: 492 King’s Rd,Lee Keung Kee North Point, Hong Kong
    Opening hours: 7:30 to 21:00
    Price: around 10 HKD (1.5 USD)/person

  • Egg tart

    Egg tartEgg tart

    Egg tart is a kind of custard tart including egg white, milk, honey egg and ginger-flavoured egg. It consists of an outer crust and is filled with egg custard and then baked.

    Address: Tai Cheong Bakery, 32 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central
    Opening hours: 7:30 to 21:00
    Price: around 9 HKD (1.14 USD) for each

  • Hong Kong-style milk tea

    Hong Kong-style milk teaHong Kong-style milk tea

    Hong Kong-style milk tea is made from black tea, milk (condensed milk and evaporated milk) and sugar. It is usually a part of lunch in Hong Kong tea culture.

    Address: Lan Fong Yuen, 2 Gage Street, Central
    Opening hours: 7:30 to 17:00
    Price: 16 HKD (2.05 USD) for each (it serves as a lunch set with noddles)

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