Don’t Skip The Street Food
We’ve established that Hong Kong has an extensive selection of food, and after you’ve enjoyed your original dim sum, you can try out other amazing cuisines from great restaurants all over the city. While Hong Kong boasts of some of the best restaurants, you’ll be missing out if you didn’t try their street food. Hong Kong’s street food scene, with its wallet-friendly yet filling tasty snacks, is known all over the world. The city’s street food is the fast, affordable, and delicious choice for many students and company employees out on a quick break. You can easily find these little shops in the back streets of Sheung Wan, Wan Chai, Causeway Bay, Mong Kok, and Sham Shui Po. The curry fish balls are probably the city’s most iconic snack, and even though they’re mostly made from flour with almost no fish meat, the skewered spheres in curry sauce are a favorite. Despite its pungent odor, you should also try the stinky tofu made of fermented bean curd that’s fried and served with chili sauce. There’s a lot more on the list, but don’t forget to take a bite of the sweet, mouth-watering eggettes that are crispy on the outside but soft and fluffy on the inside.