17 Food You Must Try In Hong Kong

Following from our previous 20 Taiwanese Food You Have To Try At Least Once post, here’s a list of 17 food that we’ve tried and absolutely love from our recent trip to Hong Kong. The thing about Hong Kong food is that they are not too fanciful. Simple everyday household food made really great. 

1.Buttered French Toast with lots of Maple Syrup

With a small cube of butter placed at the side of the plate, I love how their french toast is already covered with a thin layer of butter that complements the nicely-toasted french toast. Drizzle a generous amount of maple syrup onto it before serving. Enjoy the softness of the toast within.

Price: 20 HKD

Where we found it: 澳洲牛奶公司 Australia Dairy Company ( 47 Parkes St, Jordan, Hong Kong) 

Nearest MTR: Jordan

2. Egg White Steamed Milk Pudding

Seems like this is a must-order for most visitors who visit Hong Kong or Australia Dairy Company. It definitely lived up to its name. Silky smooth shall be my only description.

Price: 26 HKD

Where we found it: 澳洲牛奶公司 Australia Dairy Company ( 47 Parkes St, Jordan, Hong Kong) 

Nearest MTR: Jordan

3. Ham & Egg Marcaroni

Another plate that you must try. Actually anything that has got to do with macaroni, or eggs, is guaranteed good.

Price: 28 HKD

Where we found it: 澳洲牛奶公司 Australia Dairy Company ( 47 Parkes St, Jordan, Hong Kong) 

Nearest MTR: Jordan

4. Dim Sum 

Price: Approximately 102 HKD for 2 people

Where we found it: 一點心 One Dim Sum (Shop 1 & 2, G/F, Kenwood Mansion, 15 Playing Field Road, Prince Edward)

Nearest MTR: Prince Edward

5. Hong Kong Egglets

Some egglets come with soft serve ice-cream, but sadly we didn’t chance upon it.

Price: Ranges 16-28 HKD

Where we found it: 媽咪雞蛋仔 Mammy Pancake (Shop G23, G/F, Young City Zone, 1 Kwong Wa Street, Mong Kok)

Nearest MTR: Mongkok (Many other outlets in Hung Hom, Tsim Sha Tsui, Causeway Bay, Sha Tin)

5. Soft Serve Ice Cream Cone

Price: 9 HKD

Where we found it: Mobile softee truck outside the Star Ferry Pier (Star Ferry Pier, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong)

Nearest MTR: Tsim Sha Tsui

6. 前一丁 Qian Yi Ding Noodles

Price: Approximately 32 HKD

Where we found it: 蘭芳園Lan Fong Yuen (2 Gage St, Central, Hong Kong) or rather any Cha Chaan Teng would have them

Nearest MTR: Central

7. Scrambled Eggs with Ham 

Price: Approximately 20 HKD

Where we found it: 蘭芳園Lan Fong Yuen (2 Gage St, Central, Hong Kong)

Nearest MTR: Central

8. Portugese Egg Tarts 

Price: Approximately 5 HKD

Where we found it: Taipa Village, Macau

9. Congee

Price: Approximately 20 HKD

Where we found it: Sik Hueng Yuen Restaurant (G/F, 17 Saigon Street, Jordan, Hong Kong)

Nearest MTR: Jordan

10. Beef / Pork Cubes in 前一丁 Qian Yi Ding Noodles

Price: 29 HKD (Comes with 2 fried eggs)

Where we found it: Sik Hueng Yuen Restaurant (G/F, 17 Saigon Street, Jordan, Hong Kong)

Nearest MTR: Jordan

11. Disneyland Food – Mickey Waffle

Comes with Milk Chocolate and Maple Syrup dips, and whip cream. Can come across as a little expensive, but a little spurge while in Disneyland is worth it to complete the magical experience.

Price: 50 HKD

Where we found it: Disneyland Hong Kong (Lantau Island, Hong Kong)

Nearest MTR: Disneyland Resort

12. Disneyland Food – Caramel Popcorn

No original flavored popcorn can be found, but who can say no to caramel and curry flavored popcorn.

Price: 50 HKD

Where we found it: Disneyland Hong Kong (Lantau Island, Hong Kong)

Nearest MTR: Disneyland Resort

13. Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine

Only if you are a Hello Kitty lover / fan that is.

Price: Approximately 300 HKD for the below mentioned food

Where we found it: 中菜軒 Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine (Lee Loy Mansion, Canton Rd, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong)

Nearest MTR: Yau Ma Tei

14. Honeymoon Dessert

Price: 92 HKD for the below mentioned food

Where we found it: Langham Place (8 Argyle Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong)

Nearest MTR: Mongkok

15. Choux Creme 

Similar to Beard Papa’s cream puffs, this is probably ten times better, with more fillings.

Where we found it: Choux Creme at Mongkok MTR station

Nearest MTR: Most MTRs have them

16. Kowloon Dairy Milk

Where we found it: Almost all supermarkets and convenience stores have them

17. Traditional Egg Tarts 

Where we found it: Tai Cheong Bakery (Available at many outlets around Hong Kong)

I’m sure this list is not finite, and there are many that I might have miss out, so do holler down at the comments section below to add on to this list!

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