Hong Kong's street food is one of its most distinct qualities, but it's not all just fishballs and sui mai.
This place can only be described as prison-chic. Exposed brick walls and metal chairs set the scene, and the food is even served on prison-like trays.
Kau Kee is a small, cramped shop that is very much like any other traditional Hong Kong business - ceiling fans, bright white lights, tiled walls, and lots of loud yelling between the customers and the only waitress in the busy shop.
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Stepping into The Diner feels like stepping into a classic '50s era restaurant - or more like a movie set of a classic '50s era restaurant. Everything is shiny and chrome, with red vinyl seating and a black and white checkered tile floor.
Have you ever watched a film where the food looks so good it makes your mouth water? We explored some of the delicious international foods from popular movies and found the best places to eat them in Hong Kong.
Located in the heart of the famous Kowloon Tong mall, this shabby-chic restaurant is the definition of busy. People zip in and out of the place like businessmen in Central, inhaling mouthfuls of spaghetti and waffles.
We find Hong Kong's hottest eats 'n' treats. This week, Lucy Christie visits Double D's a new burger joint in Central...
Thai Nong KhaiShop 14, G/F, Ko Shing Building9 King Man StreetSai KungTel: 3488 7873Grub: Thai food