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Watch the fascinating neighbourhood and working-class community of Sham Shui Po come to life in the morning as you – and they – stop in at its popular family-run eateries.
Visit six spots in Sham Shui Po for tastings, including a cha chan teng diner, a breakfast shop, a soy specialty store, a dumpling shop, a traditional bakery and a handmade noodles restaurant.
As you try both sweet and savoury, you will learn how each speciality has been perfected over time and why the locals are such regulars.
Join this food trail with a difference as you explore the history, architecture and culture of the charming Sham Shui Po district along the way.
Just make sure to bring your appetite!
Six tasting locations in Sham Shui Po, a Kowloon neighborhood.
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