Top 10 Dining
Typhoon Shelter Seafood
Due to the geographical advantage, the area offers a wide variety of fresh and lively seafood.
Dessert / Tong Shui
From traditional Chinese Tong Shui like Red Bean Soup, Sesame Soup and Beancurd Dessert, to modern dessert with a fusion of Hong Kong style, Tin Hau has it all. Check out for the long queue to discover the renowned ones!
Hong Kong people like to pair it with Hong Kong Style Milk Tea at tea time.
Hong Kong’s street-side vendors sell a tasty variety of skewered snacks.
To have a real taste of the local dining, don't miss out the local café, which offers authentic Hong Kong Style Milk Tea, Pineapple Bun, and a wide array of local delicacies. The local cafés in Tin Hau are frequently visited and recommended by fam...
Clear Soup Beef Brisket
Clear Soup Beef Brisket is a local dish. Tender beef brisket slow cooked in clear soup, with refreshing white radish. You could find it in some beef brisket specialties shops.
The most popular street snacks in Hong Kong are egg waffle, put chai ko, curry fish ball. Most of them are put on sticks or in paper bags to make them portable and can be instantly eaten.
Chinese Herbal Tea
Being an Intangible Cultural Heritage, Chinese Herbal Tea has extensive medical values. People in Hong Kong like having the tea to keep healthy.
Tai Hang Eat Street (along Tung Lo Wan Road and Wun Sha Street)
"Tai Hang Eat Street" includes two long streets with lots of International cuisine and specialized local restaurants...
Tin Hau Food Square (Electric Road)
Tin Hau Food Square (Electric Road) is one of the up and coming dining areas...