Street Snacks and other foods

Eating and Shopping might be the main attractions of Causeway Bay but that doesn't just mean fine dining or funky restaurants, no the Chinese people love to eat as they walk and shop so there is a great range of street snacks from small shops and stalls around the district.

From Swedish meatballs at the IKEA Bistro under Park Lane Hotel, through to the Ying Heong Yuen Chinese snack shop on Cannon street there is a wide range for every taste and budget.

It's possible to buy, walk, eat snacks all day and never have a full meal or sit down but also never by hungry in Causeway Bay! 

In historical times there were street vendors pushing carts selling food but for safety and health reasons of course this is no more, but the identical styles of food are not served instead from small shop fronts, sometimes with a little seating inside for those who want to rest their feet but also commonly with no seating at all as all food is taken away.

Very occasionally though you will find an old-style street vendor, who in this case is selling types of baked potatoes, both ordinary and sweet, as well as roasted quail eggs.  All these are popular winter snacks and very warming to eat.



While often visited for the Shopping the visitor should not forget that Causeway Bay encompasses a wide range of dining options, from the casual to the sophisticated.  Within area are examples of many of Hong Kong's most authentic and distinctive styles, as well as international choices to fit all palates and budgets.


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