Ultimate Hong Kong Food Trip Guide
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Hong Kong’s rich cuisine is famous across the globe for a good reason. The city offers a wide array of tasty dishes to rival any around the world. With so many world-class eateries around the city, it is easy to get spoilt for choice. If you want to experience an Ultimate Hong Kong Food Trip, check out these highly recommended restaurants by the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB):
Hop Yik Tai
Location: G/F, 121 Kweilin Street, Sham Shui Po
If you love Chinese food, you’ll want to check out the delicious cheung fun on offer at Hop Yik Tai. The eating place is one of the most popular in the city for their excellent food and quick service. Besides cheung fun, you can also order doused sweet soya sauce, peanut sauce or the tasty hoisin sauce. The restaurant also serves some of the best fish balls and radish in the city.
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Kwan Kee Claypot Rice
Location: Shop 10, G/F, Pei Ho Arcade. 115-117 Fuk Wa Street, Sham Shui Po
This eatery has been serving their famous clay pot rice for over two decades, and customers can’t seem to get enough of it. The clay pot rice is particularly popular during the winter. The eatery offers a variety of delicious toppings to go with your crisp rice. The most popular topping is the Chinese sausage. The restaurant is located in Fuk Wa Street, Sham Shui Po. The best time to visit the restaurant is between before 7 PM or after 9 PM when the dinner rush has eased up.
Kee Tsui Cake Shop
Location: G/F, 135 Fa Yuen Street
For traditional Chinese food lovers, Ken Tsui is your perfect joint. The eatery draws scores of locals as well as tourists looking for a taste of traditional Chinese meals like egg tarts, sweetheart cakes, and chicken biscuits. The restaurant is especially popular with older customers who prefer the dishes they grew up eating. Visit the restaurant for a plate of glutinous flat cakes served with freshly baked bean filling.
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Kam’s Roast Goose
Location: G/F, Po Wah Commercial Center, 226 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai
Kam’s Roast Goose has rapidly gained the reputation for serving only the most mouthwatering roast geese around Hong Kong. You will also find delicious barbecued pork and suckling pig, as well as the restaurant’s famous char siu. The restaurant’s exceptional service saw led to them winning the Michelin star a few months after being opened.
Sun Kee Noodles Shop
Location: G/F, 49 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay
What makes Sun Kee Noodles popular is their delicious quick meal. The place is famous with both locals and tourists. A distinguishing feature of the place is the long line of carts from which you can choose from a variety of affordable and delicious dishes. Don’t forget to ask for their spicy sauce made from their secret recipe. It’s worth mentioning that the street food gained popularity in 1950s.
Over the years, visitors to Hong Kong have found out why the city’s culinary culture is world famous. The joints above have helped solidify this reputation, so next time you visit Hong Kong, do not hesitate to walk into any one of the above diners.
No need to join expensive Hong Kong food walk tours, just visit these restaurants for an Ultimate Hong Kong Food Trip!
Can’t wait to try them out? These mouthwatering meals can only be savored in Hong Kong. Get to know more about the culturally-rich city one bite at a time when you book your group’s vacation at the Travel Tour Expo 2017 at SMX Convention Center this February 10 to 12, 2017.
Hong Kong Sham Shui Po Food Tour
- Enjoy this old Kowloon district which houses a plethora of foodie hot spots
- Savor a total of 10 tastings plus many other cultural, historical and architectural highlights
- Eat like a local and taste both sweet and savory classics at six family-run eateries
- In between tastings, stop by iconic cultural remnants that offer a blast to the past
- The tour is recommended and supported by Hong Kong Tourism Board
For more information, log on to discoverHongKong.com/best.
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