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Hong Kong's Eat-Them-All!!!

Hong Kong's Eat-Them-All!!!

I love Hong Kong and especially it's food. Always finding the best of the best of Hong Kong!
Poh Peng Ric
Poh Peng Ric

At 79 HKD per bowl it was pretty worth it. The thin slices of pork hidden in the soul was well cooked and there were ample amount of condiments available for one to enjoy. Pretty much the best tsukemen I ate in HK.

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Away with Tim Ho Wan, although just a few streets away, is a hidden Michelin starred restaurant in Prince Edward, if you are not early do embrace an hour worth of queue. But if you are crazy like me arriving at 10am on a weekend, there is still a 15 minutes wait. We all can understand the reasons for the queue, it's so cheap compared to the other dim sum places and the quality is really good at its price point. Even the chili mix they give is kinda interesting. 25 HKD for the big sized dim sum is really not too bad. Maybe I am just too used to the fact the HK food is expensive A*.

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Probably most people I know are familiar with the sugar syrup version we have in singapore. But in Hong Kong, they eat in the yolo way, the tau huey is given to you without any sugar or syrup. On the table, they provide your own desires, orange sugar, ginger syrup or sugar syrup, all up to your decision. Some people refill the sugar every few mouthfuls some prefer it pure. I prefer the orange sugar the most but in a tame way.

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Yep, it's this place again. 3 months in Hong Kong I probably ate it 10 times with different combinations. I wouldn't recommend to try this combo as it tastes a little underwhelming but the prawn roe in a wonton soup sure gives a kick!

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In Hong Kong, as long as you are willing to walk and find, all sorts of food can be found. Here lies a simple dumpling restaurant at a corner of the building, selling 16 types of dumplings including vegetarian options. They also allow addition of noodles and all sorts of different combinations to get your perfect fix. Highly recommend if not for the long queue and the small shop. Total cost around 50HKD, still better those chain restaurants out there.

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Order it by saying "干捞云吞水饺粗” translating to gon lou won ton soi gao tsou. Best 42HKD ever spent that night. Noodles were just amazingly tender and wontons and dumplings just too amazing to describe.

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Don't recommend for their crazy salty broth and wontons. Price was really cheap for HK standards at 24HKD. Another evidence of what you pay what you get in HK.

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Price was okay at 55HKD before service charge. Long wait time and the noodles were average...

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One of the best noodles I have ever ate in HK. The noodles are all freshly bamboo squashed right at the door front by their chefs. The price was pricey at 70HKD but an occasionally splurge on such quality noodles are quite comforting for the tastebuds!

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One of a kind dinner sets! Originally here just for their soup or pan fried dumplings but they had something extra to offer! Mee Pok was allowed to be added (生面) and all of it was in this fish head soup broth. The dumplings were thick and juicy with fresh vegetables and minced pork. Sadly I have no idea how to translate those Chinese ingredients into English names though...

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In Cantonese it's called hot dog sized rice noodles??? I have no idea what was it exactly but I ate it all. It was a cheap meal costing less than 2 sgd per bowl and it was filled with the the Cai Po similar to Singapore's version. However there was one difference that did not appear in this picture. There was a red version Cai Po that was freaking spicy and up for unlimited refill right on the table. It was so spicy that I cannot even take much of it at one go. I will be back to challenge it again!

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Being the bee Hoon lover, I just had to try this at the monastery. I was blown away by it as it exceeded my expectations completely. I did not even add any special curry sauce but just basic Cantonese sweet sauce and I could finish up everything in 3 minutes! If I'm back I am sure to eat it

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Bak chor mee lover, fusion food enthusiast and a student filled with wanderlust! @thepoppingone

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