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5 Street Food Locations in Hong Kong

5 Street Food Locations in Hong Kong
Hong Kong is a city of unique experiences. When it comes to finding street food or street side stalls, locating one can be quite difficult as they constantly move around to different areas. Locally known as Dai Pai Dong, these individual street stalls serve up delicious traditional snacks and foods that you definitely shouldn't miss out on while visiting Hong Kong. Here is a selection of locations you can look into that tend to contain Dai Pai Dongs.

Fa Yuen Street, Mongkok
You'll find some of Hong Kong's favourite Dai Pai Dongs in this street. During the day time there isn't much of an atmosphere here, but wait until the evening hits and you'll find the streets coming to life with a number of night markets.

Hau Fook Street, Tsim Sha Tsui
Hau Fook Street has a wider range of foods than most places. On a side note, be prepared for a whole lot of pointing and hand gestures as most vendors here don't speak any English.

Li Kung Street, Sham Shui Po
Head over to Sham Shui Po for a local experience where many market workers and fabric salesmen at the wooden tables set up each lunchtime. We recommend hitting up Keung Kee, a stand out option that's inside a metal shack where you'll find pots of steaming chicken claws and delicious chicken stews. 

Haiphong Street, Tsim Sha Tsui
Compacted into a small collection of Dai Pai Dongs, Haipong Street sells a mixture of Cantonese and seafood specialties near Kowloon Park. Try to avoid heading here during lunch hours, as it gets busy with office workers. 

Graham Street, Central
Located in the heart of Central, you'll find here a couple of owners that are well-renowned for their delicacies. Word of warning, be prepared to get swamped by office workers during lunch hours 12:30pm - 2pm, it's worth trying to avoid these times. 

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