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We made it to eat here 2 times in October as the whole temporary market (where Tak Fat has been here for many many years) will be reconstructed from 1 Dec 2018.
Tak Fat could keep the standard of their Chiu Chow style beef balls...More
Came for lunch as it was nearby and recommended on here. It’s a bit hard to find so if you think you’re lost, you’re headed in the right direction. Go here if you’re looking for no thrills authentic local cuisine. I was the only tourist...More
It takes spirit and courage to walk into this hidden place. It's not for everyone, very non-descriptive and dirty looking. No menus inside, just photos of dishes with Chinese writings. It's the temple of street food, you basically point and taste. But the food is...More
Back here for a quick bite. Old worn down stall brings back memories. During summer, get ready for a hot and humid experience. As usual, the beef balls are awesome. This stall has been here for many decades and one of the historical survivors.
The place is location inside a market and is very hard to find if you have never been before. I went for the 2nd time by myself as I always remembered the beef balls from the previous time. You're only here for the food as...More
My mom brought me here about 40 years ago. The place is located under the flyover serving the best beefball and tripes in Hong Kong. It is the few "Tai Pai Dong" left. Seating is no 5 star hotel, price is decent, food is delicious...More
This place is located close to the Kowloon park at the junction between Haiphong and canton road
It is enclosed by the iron gates all around and one has to look for the sign. " temporary location for hot food,
The landmark is right across...More
But of course that was many decades ago. Like everything else, prices do go up.
Situated in high rent district TST, it is getting harder and harder to find a gem like this to exist. Even at HK$27 a bowl with 5 beef balls and...More
Tip: to get here go into the market and turn left until you get to the wall and the. Take a right and go around the leftmost shop. In the back you will find this gem. The beef balls are great and the broth tasty....More
This little stall is located inside a market/hawker center in the middle of Tsimshatsui and usually will go unnoticed. This little stall serves great beef ball and mixed beef organs. Not for the faint-hearted, but this is one of those local street delicacies. Not sure...More
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