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STREET FOOD at HONG KONG

A city that has many famous markets, offering lip smacking street food, a bite of these, is not only yummy but very stomach and soul filling.

Mong Kok street - A street famous for, street food stalls, all over the place and, at many nook and corners. Fish balls with Jinmci wonton noodles, street food is famous here.

Dundas street - This market has many other small streets out of which, Fie Jie street snacks and Kai Kai street snacks are famous street food. Tofu, grilled calamari with Taiwanese Bubble tea is famous.

Kwang wa street - Dimsum with Har gau and Barbecue pork buns are famous street food here.

Temple street -Night market - They host street food for pedestrians. They are open in the night. They are famous for desert stands and dinners.

Central Street - It is famous for Hong Kong style milk tea and beef brisket.

Kaukee street - It is popular for breakfast and lunch. Chui chui and tomatoe noodle soup are famous.

Kings road - They are famous for mini egg puffs along with crispy waffles.

Street food rejuvenates a travellers soul. Travellers who shop, would love to have have a bite and feel the taste, and Hongkong is one among the best place, that offers the best street food.

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