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Ma´s Restaurant Photo: Amanda Kho
Ma´s Restaurant Photo: Amanda Kho

Food & Drink

Where to eat in Sham Shui Po

As a quarter of the places listed in the street food section of the Chinese Hong Kong and Macau Michelin guide are found in this area, it’s best to work up a healthy appetite before heading here.

Tim Ho Wan

Don’t miss Sham Shui Po’s only Michelin-starred restaurant, which serves its world-renowned BBQ pork buns and other delicacies, including steamed pork dumplings and steamed beef balls with bean curd, for approximately €2 a plate.

Tim Ho Wan

9 Fuk Wing Street, Hong Kong

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Lau Sum Kee

Chef Mak recommends this noodle house, situated at the intersection of Kweilin and Fuk Wing streets. Lau Sam Kee is famous for its wonton noodle soup and tossed noodles with dried shrimp roe.

Lau Sum Kee

82 Fuk Wing Street, Hong Kong

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Ma’s Restaurant

Listed as one of Chinese Hong Kong’s top Halal restaurants, Ma’s could quite easily make a living from its famous veal goulash pastry alone. With a rich meaty filling surrounded by a crisp, flaky pastry shell, it comes as no surprise that this dish is famous across the city.

Ma’s Restaurant

21–25 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Hong Kong

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Hop Yik Tai

One of three Sham Shui Po eateries listed in the 2016 Michelin Guide, Hop Yik Tai is particularly famous for its rice rolls, fish balls and braised radish.

Hop Yik Tai

121 Kweilin Street, Hong Kong

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Kung Wo Tofu

Recommended by both Chef Mak and the Michelin Guide, you just know this place is going to be good. Crowd pleasers include the tofu pudding, pan-fried tofu snacks and homemade soy milk.

Kung Wo Tofu

G/F 118 Pei Ho Street, Hong Kong

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Kwan Kee Store

While Chinese desserts may not be pleasing to most Western palates, fans of Kwan Kee Store swear by the Chinese rice pudding and black sesame rolls.

Kwan Kee Store

Shop 10, 115–117 Fuk Wa Street, Hong Kong

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Sun Heung Yuen

Another Chef Mak recommendation, this Hong Kong café serves egg and beef sandwiches and milk tea – A local specialty.

Sun Heung Yuen

G/F 38 Kweilin Street, Hong Kong

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