Fok Loi Kui Seafood Restaurant
South China Sea Collective
Tattoo artist and avid traveller Nic Tse is Chinese but speaks perfect English and he’s well-versed in both cultures. We were impressed...
This exciting new space behind the Pioneer Centre (始創中心) in Mong Kok is very much involved in nurturing the local art scene and...
Yuen Po St Bird Garden
To the east of the Prince Edward MTR station is this delightful place where birds are preened, bought, sold and fed bugs with chopsticks...
Mong Kok Stadium
Hong Kong has a fairly lively amateur soccer league. Games are played at the Happy Valley Sports Ground, a group of pitches inside the...
One Dim Sum
One of two cheap and cheery dim sum places in town with a Michelin star. Customers place orders by ticking their selections of 45 items...
Lonely Planet review
Business is so good here that the owner has to rent extra space nearby to seat his customers. Still, come sundown, there’ll be tables on the sidewalks and SUVs abandoned in the middle of the road by diners eager for the mouth-watering sautéed razor clams in black-bean sauce, the steamed scallops or the fried squid with salt and pepper. There’s no menu. Just point and ask for the price. The owner, Mr ‘Cowboy’ Kee, speaks a little English.