πŸ‡­πŸ‡° Hungry in Hong Kong? Don't Miss These Must-Try Eateries!

1. ι›žθ›‹δ»” Kai Dan Zai Egg Waffles/Eggette at Mammy

When you're in Hong Kong, the food scene is a must-explore! Among the sea of recommendations online, I've got some top picks you won't want to miss.
Food you should not miss in Hong Kong
Hong Kong egg waffles looks like eggs. It is one of the popular snacks in Hong Kong. People call it Kai Dan Zai in cantonese, Egg waffles or Eggette. I walked from Prince Edward Mrt to there, it took me a while but i am able to walk along Nathan road where we able to see the night market, seeing Hong Kong shoplot and Hong Kong night view.
When i reach there, the shop is moderate crowded. I queue to order and surprisingly the order did not take long. My first bite was surprisingly crispy. I have tried few in Malaysia and Singapore but nothing like this.
 




The paper bag is cute too. They have many special flavour too.


2. Smelly Toufu 

When i was shopping at Mongkok, i stumbled upon a stall selling this toufu. The pungent smell attracted me to walk forward.

The smell is strong from far, but when you eat that time the smell is actually better than that. Other than toufu, they sell pig intestine too. Yes, the pungent smell is strong when is far too and when you took a bite, you will discovered a delightful surprise: crispy outside, soft inside and smell better. You will crave for the smell. 

On the same stall, the do sell skewer and curry fish ball. It is definitely a must eat food when you visit Hong Kong.


Hong Kong is famous of Wife biscuit, husband biscuit. They have other local delicacies too like this green bean. 


3. Green Bean 



It is sticky outside and green bean paste inside.

 


4. Mister Sof

It is a ice cream truck and may be at anywhere. We found this Mister Sof at the front of Ferris Wheel.

You definitely enjoy the ice cream even at this cold weather. It is a soft ice crea, that offers just one flavor: pure delightful and not so sweet creamy ice cream.





5. The One Lemon Tea




This One Lemon Tea is so adorable and it definitely quench your thirst after a long walk. They even place a squishy crocodile on top of the drink. It is a cute palm-sized stress ball which was my saviour to entertain my kids to walk more. If not, i may ended up carry her.



Overall, The One Lemon Tea offered a delightful drink which prefect for satisfying your taste buds.


6. Wah Fung

Wah Fung Roasted Hong Kong

The star in Wah Fung definitely the goose itself but nevertheless, the chicken and cha siow is good too! The meat is cooked to juicy perfection, bursting with flavor in every bite. The skin was crispy which add textural to the entire dish. The lingering taste is what truly hooked me.

Order in set is definitely worth than you order the whole goose. It is always long queue but it won't took you long to queue.

It's a complete and utterly satisfying dining experience that left me craving for another visit next day.


7. Hing Kee

Hing Kee in Hong Kong is a late-night haven for adventurous eaters searching for true Hong Kong flavor. Forget fancy restaurants – here, the magic happens at their numerous "miu kai" (small eateries) that brim with locals. Unlike the familiar dishes found in Malaysia and Singapore, Hing Kee boasts an exciting array of unique specialties. Think crispy fried intestine for the brave, succulent crayfish for seafood lovers, and the iconic claypot stingray rice. Even the humble fried oyster takes on a whole new life here. 

Cray fish

Fried Oyster which is unique that they do Deep Fried with a lot oyster in it.

Claypot Stingray rice
The claypot fish rice was a revelation. The fish itself was a star – incredibly tender yet held its shape perfectly. It completely transformed the dish from the usual chicken-based claypot rice I'm familiar with.

With a bustling atmosphere reminiscent of a roadside stall, Hing Kee offers an immersive experience. It's more than just a meal; it's a chance to dive into the heart of Hong Kong's local food culture, one delicious bite at a time.

8. Li Do


Stepping into Lido Restaurant in Hong Kong is like stepping back in time. With its classic dΓ©cor and warm ambience, it exudes a timeless charm.


Lido's baked goods are a delightful throwback to tradition. Their polo bun, with its signature shatteringly crisp crust and fluffy interior, is a must-try. The milk bun is equally satisfying, boasting a soft, pillowy texture that melts in your mouth.


Price are reasonable too!


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