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It’s fried, baked, steamed, grilled, sliced, diced and stuffed. More to the point, Hong Kong’s seafood is very fresh.
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, Wan Chai has it all.
Egg tart is a kind of custard tart which consists of an outer pastry crust, shortcrust pastry or puff pastry, and is filled with rich and smooth egg custard and baked.
Cart Noodles began in the 1950s and becomes a cultural food icon of Hong Kong. Due to a vast variety of toppings available, you can make your own noodle combinations according to personal preference.
To have a real taste of the local dining, don't miss out the local café!
Dai Pai Dong
Dai pai dong is a type of open-air food stall which serves tasty traditional Chinese cuisine in reasonable price.
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.
Chinese Beef Tendon
Braised beef tendon is the number one comfort food in China.
Lockhart Road (Bars and Pubs)
There are many bars and pubs along Lockhart Road.