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7 Michelin Street Food Stalls You Must Visit in Hong Kong – Take a tour of Asia’s best culinary city!

The streets of Hong Kong are lined with street food vendors and restaurants selling an enormous variety of food items. And among these places is a set of Michelin Star food stalls and restaurants.


Cheung Hing Kee

Have you ever tried xiao long bao? If you haven't, here's your chance to try them! These are dumplings filled with soup, and they were first brought to the attention of foodies by places like Din Tai Fung. Sheng Jian bao is another version of it, but they are thicker and charred with bottoms that are crispy. You can try these dumplings at some of the best restaurants in Tsim Sha Tsui, but nothing compares to the unique version served at Cheung Hing Kee; these dumplings are made with black truffles.


Fat Boy

If you want to try something controversial, you should visit Fat Boy, just two minutes from Park Hotel Hong Kong! Skewered grilled meats served here are as tasty as they are easy to eat. The list of meat choices includes duck stomach, gizzard, pig intestines, and octopus, all spiced up with horseradish.


Mammy Pancake

If you think that egg waffles are simple and don't deserve a Michelin Star, think again. Mammy Pancake has a revolutionary recipe for egg waffles, which earned the restaurant Michelin status. These are way better than regular waffles; the texture is the most important thing here; the outside of these waffles is crispy, and the inside is chewy and light. What's more, you get a variety of flavours, including coffee and tea.


Joyful Dessert House

Located in a quiet spot in Mongkok, Joyful Dessert House has three Michelin-recognised dessert items, but their lava cake tops the other two. Everything about this cake is absolutely delectable; it's so soft it practically melts in your mouth. The sides include fresh berries and ice cream.


Block 18 Doggie's Noodle

Doing a little shopping at the Temple Street Night Market? Then you shouldn't miss out on the delights of springy noodles served by Block 18 Doggie's Noodle. This is not a fancy restaurant, but the noodle dish is to die for, and it's Michelin recommended! The stall is open all day long, meaning whenever you want a snack while shopping, you can just head to the stall. These noodles are made with mushrooms, dried radish, shrimp, and fried pork fat.


The Butchers Club

No one imagined that Michelin would ever put burgers on their list, but they did, and these burgers deserve the recognition. The Butchers Club has a special recipe for the filling of the burger, and they use an Australian beef variety called Black Angus beef.


Hop Yik Tai

Have you ever tried Cheung fun? No? Then you should definitely pay a visit to Hop Yik Tai. Cheung fun is a dish of rice rolls dipped in a savoury sauce; the generous sprinkling of sesame seeds makes all the difference. The springy texture of these rice rolls is what makes them better than other rice rolls.

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