Are you getting ready for a trip to Hong Kong? It matters not to us if it’s a business trip or a trip for leisure; what matters is that you’re going, and we’re sure you’re going to have lots of fun! Hong Kong is most famous for its shopping, as you can find almost anything under the sun in the shopping areas of Hong Kong.
But if you are planning on going to Hong Kong, remember that there’s more than just the shopping to look forwards to. If you are a foodie, or someone who likes to experience and try out new food, you can try the awesome Mexican salad; then you couldn’t have flown to a better place!
We’ve listed below a few of our personal favorites that we insist you try out; regardless to how short your stay at Hong Kong is.
Egg wafflesThe first on our list is something found quite easily on street stalls, so you don’t even need to go looking for it. Egg waffles are perfect as an in-between-shopping snack. The unique smell of it draws people to it from miles away, so we’re sure you won’t miss it! And since it is also made into a unique bubble wrap like shape,we’re sure you can even get your fussy-eater kids to try it out.
Curry fish ballsDo you like spicy food? maybe Mexican? Though the best Mexican food in Hong Kong are usually not found on the street, if you want to go for something spicy right on the street, then opt for curry fish balls. They are one of Hong Kong’s specialties, so you can find it in many forms, like on skewers and also served over noodles.
Dim sumIf you don’t want to try the best Mexican food in Hong Kong, but if you’re still craving for spicy food, then we’ve got more on our list! No list of Hong Kong’s food is complete without mentioning Dim Sum; as this too is something Hong Kong is famous for! In fact, they’re so famous that they have whole restaurants, dedicated solely for it! It’s also a plus that it can be found with fillings varying from meat, to seafood.
Sweet milk teaAre you a tea lover? Does your day not feel complete without a cup of tea? We know exactly how you feel! The good news is that most people in Hong Kong are also fans of tea; and the Hong Kong style sweet tea is a must in most households. Try out the sweet tea with semi sweet egg tarts for a quick and refreshing break.