Kung Wo Beancurd Factory
Kung Wo Beancurd Factory has been in Sham Shui Po since 1960. The old-school store sells various soy products, which have remained popular throughout the years. As the name suggests, smooth and silky bean curd is the star of a menu that hits both the sweet and savoury end of the spectrum. Tuck into puffs of deep fried tofu crisped to a golden brown or stuffed with savoury fish paste, crisped up in front of you on the large cast-iron pans, then sate your sweet tooth with the signature dish, a wobbly, silky, light tofu pudding that glides effortlessly down the throat.
Address : 118 Pei Ho Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon
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Luk Lam Dessert
Luk Lam has remained a neighborhood favourite since opening its doors in Sham Shui Po more than 30 years ago. The shop specialises in traditional Chinese desserts such as sweet soups made from red bean, nuts or black sesame. If you want something more novel, Luk Lam also offers creative new sweets such as tofu pudding and durian pancake.
Address : 77-79 Un Chau Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon
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Pat Sin Bakery
Pat Sin Bakery started its business in 1966 in Cheung Sha Wan. We are famous for Chinese traditional pastries, such as Xiao-feng cake, Mini Walnut Cookies, Preserved Egg Cakes, Winter Melon Pastries (Wife Cakes) and so on. During Mid-autumn Festival, the shop produces mooncakes made by hand and traditional recipes with a variety of ingredients. These mooncakes were extremely popular among the general public.
Address: 197 Nam Cheong Street, Sham Shui Po
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Sun Hang Yuen
There is nowhere else in Hong Kong that does better beef and egg sandwiches than Sun Hang Yuen. Aside from its trademark sandwiches, this 24-hour cha chaan teng (Hong Kong-style café) is also known for its pork knuckle noodles and milk tea, which can be ordered without sugar or with different milk ratios.
Address: 38 Kweilin Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon
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Yuen Fong Dumpling Store
Yuen Fong has a loyal fan base, thanks to its deliciously plump, hand-wrapped dumplings. The leek and meat dumplings are a must-try. These can be ordered in soup or pan-fried to a crisp, golden brown. Aside from dumplings, Yuen Fong also offers noodles, congee and snacks at affordable price.
Address : 104 Fuk Wa Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon
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Lau Sum Kee Noodles
For more than 60 years, Lau Sum has remained a bastion of traditional Chinese noodle-making which is call jook sing, the bouncing pole kneads and flattens the batter into submission, the sunshine-hued dough (made traditionally with duck eggs) ripped into threads and piled high on plates to be dusted over with savoury shrimp roe or spooned over with braised pork knuckle
Address: G/F, 80 Fuk Wing Street, Sham Shui Po
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