For sure many people are ready to splash a lot of money on the big restaurant in the name of getting quality and a fine meal but we often forget these unsung heroes who are also in the same food industry and committed to satisfying the general public by serving them with quality meals as well. When we hear of street food what springs up in many people’s mind is low quality, unsafe food, and all manner of bad things you could think of as far as food is a concern, But to clear that narrative the people of Michelin street decided to completely change the face of street food. In fact as a matter of fact they were announced as the winners of the 2020 Michelin guide for Hong Kong and Macau. Here we are going to look at some of The Michelin Hong Kong Street Food Guide you will come along with when you visit this area. it is also necessary to note that street restaurants are some of the best eateries when it comes to travelers because they are located mostly along the street where people go along.

the following are the Michelin Guide-recommended street food

So Kee

This is one of the cafes that is well known for serving yuen Yeung ( this is commonly a mixture of style milk tea and coffee) it is believed that such kind of food originated from a joint like this one. For sure although you will find yuen Yeung across many parts of the city after you have tasted them you will come to a conclusion that so kee yuen Yeung is the best other food you can also enjoy in that place pork ramen which is dressed with an egg on top. to feel the real taste of so kee you can order French toast then you escort it with a full glass of yuen Yeung

Block 18 Doggie’s Noodle

You might be afraid of the name “doggies” term as it is used there but you can be rest assured that there is no dog meat you will find there the truth is the term doggie is used to refer to glutinous rice noodles and am quite sure if you gain interest to find some of the food commonly eaten in hong kong glutinous rice noodles will be among them. When you find your way to this joint you will be served with a bowl of noodles with minced meat mixed with mushroom. This will re-energize you after spending a whole day shopping at Sham Shui Po.

Hop Yik Tai

Hop Yik Tai is a famous local eatery located in Sham Shui Po and received a Michelin awarded in 2018. What makes this restaurant unique is the tasty rice noodle rolls. These make a large number of people come here every day. there are large queues every time. The dishes are made of fresh ingredients. Another popular dish is the Cheong fun served with soy sauce and sesame sauce .During your trip tour to Hong Kong make sure you are part of the queue to enjoy these delicious dishes.

Address: Hong Kong, Sham Shui Po, Kweilin St,

Phone: +852 2720 0239

Joyful dessert house

If you are looking for a place to enjoy savory treats, fresh fruits, and amazing desserts, a visit to Joyful dessert house will not disappoint you. They have very delicious dishes and mouth-watering desserts such as Parfait with Orea, mango Napoleon, Okinawa Black Sugar. and Green Tea Lava Cake with Ice Cream. The shop is easily accessible at Causeway Bay hong kong.

Address: Shop 2-3, G/F Ngai Hing Mansion,74 Hak Po Street, Mong Kok Hong Kong 

phone ;Phone: +852 2856 1886

Kung Wo Tofu Factory

Situated on Sham Shui Po toy street is one of the most popular and loved snack restaurants in Hong Kong .this is none other than Kung Wo Tofu Factory .it is best known for high-quality tofu pudding, also deep-fried tofu dishes are the standouts in this welcomes both locals and tourists to enjoy their classic desserts. Every day tourists flock to this charming shop for delicious pan-fried tofu, fresh soy milk, and do not forget the sweet tofu pudding. All these are made traditionally.

Address:118 Pei Ho Street, Sham Shui Po

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Fat Boy

Fat Boy is among the best Michelin star rated eatery in Hong Kong ..Fat Boy is located at G1 working port commercial building, It boasts numerous creatively prepared foodies that attracts many guests. Their fresh and well-prepared ingredients make their dishes delicious. The best dishes to try here are; chilled octopus and duck stomach skewers. These may not sound like sweet meals but just a mouthful will make anyone discover how these foods are .while taking remember to splatter a mustard seafood sauce .this makes the food more delicious 

Address: Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hau Fook St, G1 Workingport Commercial Building

Phone: +852 6255 3872

Kwan Kee Store

Kwan Kee Store can be found outside the B2 exit at Sham Shui Po MTR Station. Kwan Kee Store is the best place for fresh old school sweets and tasty treats. Other awesome streets food you cannot miss is Chinese rice pudding, black sesame rolls, and white sugar cake. These are the stand-outs foods that will leave your mouth watering. For reservation contact through the address below.

address;115-117 Fuk Wa Street, Sham Shui Po

Three Potatoes

Three potatoes are located at Shop 5, G/F in Mei Shing House, The stall received a Michelin street food award in two years consecutively…Just as its name suggests, Three Potatoes is served yummy snacks from Baked potatoes to French fries, potato hash .these potatoes are cut into strips which are then fried with onion and bacon

Address: 7 Hau Fook St, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Phone: +852 6730 7602

Keung Kee

Keung Kee is best described as a Roasted Meat Restaurant by hong kong people. is A small food stall located at the Wan Chai area along Lockhart road in Sham Shui Po district? Keung Kee is famous for all types of street food but the main dish you must try is glutinous rice with Chinese sausage. Besides this food, there is also sweet soups, Cheung fun, and siu mai 

Address: G/F Siu Fung Building, HK Hong Kong Island Shop A & B, 9-17 Tin Lok Ln, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Phone: +852 2574 5991


Hong Kong has many places including food shops, restaurants, and food stalls where you can enjoy Michelin street food at any time. when you go to Hong Kong