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Exploring Hung Hom

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Hop on over to this history-filled ‘hood for a classic cinema, a traditional temple, and authentic local restaurants where you will discover the true flavours of Hong Kong.
 

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Some restaurants will not have an English menu. Bring this guide with you and show the restaurant’s servers the names of these must-try dishes in Chinese to enjoy the most authentic local delights!


1. HUNG HOM CAFE

HONG KONG-STYLE DINER

Teatime – Go local at this authentic “Cha Chaan Teng” restaurant where you can indulge in delicious scrambled eggs, French toast, macaroni and classic milk tea any time of day.

G/F, 25 Ming On Street, Hung Hom
07:00am – 11:00pm
(852) 2364 8388
Must-try: Milk Tea(奶茶), ‘Swiss’ Chicken Wings with Instant Noodles (瑞士汁雞翼撈公仔麵)
Below HK$50 (US$6)


2. LAM CHEONG KEE
LOCAL STREET FOOD 
 
Having a Ball - When in Hong Kong, eat as the locals do. In this case, that means digging in to freshly made fish balls with chili sauce. Lam Cheong Kee is our favourite spot as they have held true to the tradition of making their own fish balls with fresh fish paste. The homemade chilli sauce adds a distinctive taste to this scrumptious snack.

Shop 108A, 1/F, New East Ocean Centre, 9 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
MON to SAT 11:30am – 09:30pm
SUN  02:00pm – 08:00pm
Must-try: Fishballs (魚蛋)
Below HK$20 (US$3)

3. LUX THEATRE
HISTORICAL BUILDING

Silver Screen Fun - The 40-year-old Lux Theatre is the oldest cinema in Hong Kong and the only one that still uses traditional handwritten tickets. Without any computer ticketing system, all seats are allocated manually, and though the decoration is still circa 1970, the movie selection has all the latest hits!

2J Bulkeley St, Hung Hom
(852) 2365 7116
Below HK$55 (US$7)


4. AH YUK BEAN CURD DESSERT
LOCAL STREET FOOD

Something Sweet - Ah Yuk is home to traditional soymilk and bean curd, from healthy black bean to simple silky white varieties. Sweeten yours with a selection of syrup, ginger juice and yellow sugar for a classic Hong Kong treat.

Shop B, G/F, Yuen Fu Building, 99 Dock Street, Hung Hom
10:00am – 00:00midnight
Must-try: Soya Bean Curd ( 黃豆豆腐花)
Below HK$20 (US$3)

 

 

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