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A Guide to Hong Kong Street Food

Dai Pai Dongs, the popular street food of Hong Kong is one of the most unique experiences travelers arriving on cheap flight deals can find. Known as Dai Pai Dongs to the locals, Hong Kong street food vendors are next to impossible to name or even locate specifically; since vendors move up and down streets depending on the day of the week. Therefore, rather than listing the specific vendor, here is a list of streets that always have a hearty helping of Dai Pai Dongs to choose from. Remember to bring cash, since Hong Kong street food vendors don’t accept your American Express.

Graham Street

Located in the heart of central Hong Kong is Graham Street. Travelers arriving on Hong Kong cheap flights will most likely pass through this area on the way to attractions or even perhaps their hotel. The Dai Pai Dongs located on Graham Street are some of the most famous in the city. Just keep in mind if you are headed down Graham Street between 12:30 and 2:30pm, you will have to fight crowds at the vendors to get your own taste of Hong Kong street food.

Haiphong Street
This compact area offers a delectable choice of vendors ranging from Cantonese to fresh seafood fare. Located right across from Kowloon Park, the Dai Pai Dongs on Haiphong Street are perfect for travelers arriving on cheap international flights that are interested in a quiet picnic at the park. Pick up fresh fried shrimp and head over to the park for a little relaxation. Similar to Graham Street, beware of the lunch rush and overcrowded park benches between 12:30 and 2:00pm.

HauFook Street
If a wider range of Hong Kong street food is what you crave when you arrive on cheap domestic flights, then HauFook Street is the best place to be. Not only will you find typical Cantonese food, but also Shanghainese and Beijingese traditional dishes are prepared by vendors up and down the street. Bring a translation book with you, since vendors on this street rarely speak English. Catch these Dai Pai Dongs anytime between 7:00am and 7:00pm daily.

Causeway Bay
The Causeway Bay shopping center is a popular attraction for locals and tourists arriving on Hong Kong flight deals. Dai Pai Dongs take full advantage of the potential pool of customers by parking themselves in random locations throughout the shopping center. Luckily for travelers, these vendors typically speak English and even offer menu items written in English.

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