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What to Eat in Hong Kong: 21 Foods That'll Rock Your World

Not only does Mong Kong offer great shopping markets but the street food scene is the best of its kind in #HongKong.

Not only does Mong Kong offer great shopping markets but the street food scene is the best of its kind in

Hong Kong Street Food #yummyfood #hongkong - @kate_monaandmidge- #webstagram

Hong Kong Food: This is the inside of the rice with shrimp and mushroom wrapped in lotus leaf.

Look no further than the nearest street-food stall for this treat. Yellow fish balls are made from a mixture of fish and flour pounded into a paste, rolled into a ball, then boiled in a spicy curry sauce until it reaches golden perfection; this snack is an excellent energy booster for travelers on the go. Fish balls are typically served on a bamboo skewer in sets of five to eight, which makes them easily shareable—though you’ll probably want to keep them all to yourself.

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Hong Kong  Noodle dishes, fish balls, stinky tofu, and dim sum are just a few of the things you can taste. The stalls with tables and chairs serve noodles; others are more take-out.    Where to Eat: Try the stalls around the various night markets, including Temple St in Yau Ma Tei and Ladies' Market in Mong Kok on Tung Choi St. In Tsim Sha Tsui, Hau Fook St has several food stands. Mei Lun St in Central and the laneways of Causeway Bay and Wan Chai are also crowded with food stalls.

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Where to Eat in Hong Kong?  Whatever you do, do not ever make the mistake of ordering Chinese food, because back there they just call it food! Oodles of noodles, scrumptious stir fries, a parade of poultry, racks of cured meats, the greenest and crunchiest vegetables, and more. For a more authentic experience go to one of the restaurants on one of the side streets near Nathan Road complete with non-English speaking waitresses and menus in Chinese.

Where to Eat in Hong Kong? Whatever you do, do not ever make the mistake of ordering Chinese food, because back there they just call it food! Oodles of noodles, scrumptious stir fries, a parade of poultry, racks of cured meats, the greenest and crunchiest vegetables, and more. For a more authentic experience go to one of the restaurants on one of the side streets near Nathan Road complete with non-English speaking waitresses and menus in Chinese.

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