Street Eats: Snacking Around the City
A day's shopping and sightseeing mean you work up a real appetite along the way! Luckily, Hong Kong has much to reward the ever-hungry with many delightful snacking options.
Stop by a traditional cha chaan teng, a typical morning visit for many Hong Kongers. The good part? You don't have to decide whether to drink tea or coffee – you can have both. Order yuang-yang, a blend of coffee and milk tea. Iced or hot, it's a refreshing way to start the day.
Next, stop by one of the city's many bakeries for a hot pineapple bun. Meltingly soft white dough with a slightly crispy crust, it's the answer to your sweet cravings as you wander the streets.
For a more polished twist on traditional street food from Singapore and Malaysia, head to our very own Cafe Malacca! Fresh herbs and spices and the fresh ingredients, plus a casual atmosphere, make it a relaxing place to enjoy home-style food.
Ask my friendly team for their street food faves – they'll be thrilled to share their go-to places with you.