Where to get the best street food in Hong Kong

If Tai On Building is the locals’ go-to for street food on the Island side, Kwai Chung Plaza is definitely the New Territories representative. Arguably one of the most well-known street food and cheap eats havens in Hong Kong, Kwai Chung Plaza has it all – cart noodles, steaming-hot takoyaki, baked puddings, and more. You’ll be sure to find something you fancy without breaking the bank.

What’s hot: Combat the cold weather with some belly-warming goodness from Queen’s 2, a food stall that specialises in cheesy potato dishes. Signature items include baked potatoes with melted cheese (from $42) and crispy hash browns (from $40) served with honey mustard, black truffle mayonnaise and other fillings and sauces of your choice. And while Instagrammable cakes don’t usually come to mind when talking about street food, these mini spherical cakes from Rainbow Cakery are specifically designed for you to eat on-the-go. Simply break the chocolate shell, with the little hammer that comes with the cake, and you’ll be left with the filling and mochis of your choice including Oreo, Ovaltine, Milo Crunch, amongst other flavours. We’ve heard that these dreamy, planet-themed cakes are quick to sell out, so make sure you get there early!

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