Restaurants

Street Food in Tai Po

Tai Po Hui Market

This modern silver building houses a large, clean and always-busy wet market, with a spacious cooked-food centre on top. Favourites include stall 27 (東記) for Shanghainese pork-chop noodles, stall 20 (有記) for sticky …
Noodles in Tai Po

Choi Yun Kei

This famous old shop sells only four things – beef brisket (牛腩), fish balls (魚蛋), fish slices (魚片) and tripe (牛肚) – and they're delicious. You can have them with soup noodles – flat rice noodles (河粉) are a good idea…
Cantonese in Tai Po

Chan Hon Kee

People flock to this neighbourhood restaurant for its silken rice-flour rolls, which are steamed to translucence with meat or seafood, or simply drizzled with soy sauce, and its hearty claypot rice (all 26 varieties…
Desserts in Tai Po

Ah Po Tofu

You'll recognise this beloved dau fu fa (sweet silky tofu pudding) shop by the line snaking down the busy pedestrian street. Sprinkle on palm sugar to taste, then eat while standing before returning the bowl to the …
Noodles in Tai Po

Kwan Kee

The beef brisket in clear broth at this hole-in-the-wall is not only as good as the ones at celebrity shops, but also can be ordered in cuts you wouldn't get elsewhere, such as tender, collagen-jammed beef cheek and…