My Top 8 Must-eat Dishes and Snacks in Hong Kong | Hong Kong Faves

Hong Kong has a stunning arrays of delicacy from street food  (pork intestine, octopus and gizzard) to Michelin Star Rated Restaurants. That's why I love Hong Kong! It's a city brimming with skyscrapers, breathtaking mountains and of course, delicious Chinese comfort foods.

Here are some of my fave dishes in Hong Kong!

But first, coffee.

Crusty-topped bun with condensed milk and butter, perfectly paired with Hong Kong Style Milk Tea.

Authentic and super affordable dimsums! From braised chicken feet, to porky siu mai, to shrimp filled har gao, all goes with hot tea.  We had a dim sum feast at Yum Cha in Tsim Sha Tsui for about 150 HKD.

I love roast meat (pork, bbq pork, goose, etc.) You’ll find them at any roast meat shop throughout the city. We tried the roast bbq pork at Wow Taste in Tsim Sha Tsui and it's quite tasty.

I also like the Pork Rib Rice and noodles at Delicious Kitchen. It has to be one of my fave food to eat and a trip to Hong Kong is incomplete without getting some pork chops! It was everything I had hoped for and more.

I love Cheung Hing Kee Shanghai pan-fried buns (especially the truffle, 34 HKD) that's crispy on the bottom and soft on the top. There's actually a soup inside and I was like savouring every bit of it. It's very hot and you might make a mess because the soup will just overflow when you bite it.

We also tried the Brown Sugar Deerioca Milk  (34HKD) at The Alley. One thing to note is that you are not allowed to choose your sugar level. The brown sugar syrup and milk combined beautifully and the taste was sweet but not too cloying with perfectly chewy pearls. And if you were to judge the quality of a shop's drinks by the length of its queues, then you'll be reassured at The Alley.

Brown Sugar Milk Tea at Tea Craft & Coffee Blossom - 40HKD

I also liked Ebeneezer’s tender meat packed into a tight and toasted pita. (70 HKD) Generous servings of crunchy lettuce and tomato, and the bread was chewy.  Ebeneezer's Kebab & Pizzeria is just a 3-min walk from Exit L5, Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station.

Here's the classic Hong Kong favorite BBQ pork with rice (150 HKD) at Clopin’s Festival of Food, Fantasyland in Hong Kong Disneyland. We also tried the Roast Chicken (160 HKD) and Kid's Meal (99 HKD).

Make sure to leave room for a bucket of the crunchy Caramel Popcorn (38 HKD) at various concessions throughout the park.

Also, the Mickey Mouse waffles (40 HKD each) make for a tasty snack between meals.

And of course, Jollibee because it's Yuan's favorite fast food chain! And Chickenjoy is his all-time favorite food! :)

With such a huge variety of food, Hong Kong is truly every foodie’s favorite place to eat something unique, new and tasty. I hope this post gives you a few ideas of must eat foods to try when you’re in Hong Kong. And I'm sure you'll leave your bellies full when you visit these places.


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