Must-Try Hong Kong Food Tour: Temple Street Night Foodie Tour

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It isn’t big news that Hong Kong serves up some of the best food in Asia and the world. Dim sum dominates the Fragrant Harbour with soft buns, steamy dumplings and fried tofu. But that’s not all that Hong Kong has to offer! Join a Hong Kong food tour and you’ll get introduced to all the yummy delights the city has to offer. Here’s an overview of the Temple Street Night Foodie Tour offered by Hong Kong Foodie Tours.


About Hong Kong Foodie Tours

Hong Kong Foodie Tours is fully licensed by the Hong Kong Travel Agents Registry as well as a member of Travel Industry Council and Hong Kong Association of Travel Agents. All of their Foodie Guides are licensed tour guides and locals who’ve grown up in Hong Kong.

During a Hong Kong food tour with the Hong Kong Foodie Tours team, you’ll not only get to try delicious food and drinks but you’ll also learn about the city’s history, architecture, local scene and unique culture

Hong Kong Foodie Tours offers a wide range of food walking tours in all parts of Hong Kong:

Hong Kong Foodie Tours is also a sister organization of UnTour Food Tours, who offer a variety of food tours in Chinese Mainland. I joined a food tour in Beijing with UnTour and absolutely loved the experience. You can find more info about the Beijing food tour here.


Temple Street Night Foodie Tour Overview

When: Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 6:15 pm (Saturdays available starting on February 23) Grown-Up Foodies: HK$770 (aged 15+)
Duration: Approximately 3 hours Young Foodies: HK$570 (aged 5-14)
Capacity: 12 participants per tour What’s Included: Selected food and drink tastings at 6 locations

Food Tour Highlights

The Temple Street Night Foodie Tour takes around 3 hours and starts at Mong Kok MRT station and ends near Jordan MRT station. During the tour, the local tour guide invites you to try food and drinks at 6 different eateries. Participants also get a Temple Street foodie booklet that includes more details about the food and restaurants and even more Hong Kong food tips!


Fish Balls Stall

Curry fish balls are a staple street food in Hong Kong and also the first stop of the tour. The guide took us to a special fish ball stall serving the best quality fish balls in town and a variety of different types of fish balls. So delicious!

Must-Try Hong Kong Food Tour: fish balls

Modern Dim Sum Stall

If you love dim sum, you’ll absolutely adore this place! Here, you’ll get to try a modern take on traditional dim sum, like these adorable piggy egg buns!

Must-Try Hong Kong Food Tour Dim Sum Must-Try Hong Kong Food Tour Dim Sum

Egg Puffs Stand

Nothing screams “Hong Kong” more than the iconic egg puffs! Try some made-to-order puffs hot from the press during the Hong Kong food tour with Hong Kong Foodie Tours.

Must-Try Hong Kong Food Tour Egg Puffs

Nostalgic Cafe

This stop leads the group to a really cool restaurant from the 1950s. The interior still reminds visitors of this unique decade and you can try some fried wontons with a special sweet and sour sauce here.

Dessert Shop

One of my favorite yum-yums of the tour was this sweet tapioca soup. Its served at a restaurant in Temple Street that has been around for more than 90 years – so you know its legit!

Seafood Restaurant

The final stop of the Hong Kong food tour is a seafood restaurant founded in the 1960s. Besides fried squid and other delicious seafood, they also serve some of the best crispy chicken in Hong Kong. Plus, its served at a traditional Chinese table with tea!

Hong Kong Foodie Tours Contact Information

Now it’s your turn to book your Hong Kong food tour! Check availability and book tickets for a Hong Kong food on the Hong Kong Foodie Tours Tour Calendar page.

E: info@hongkongfoodietours.com
T: +852 2850 5006


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Must-Try Hong Kong Food Tour: Temple Street Night Foodie Tour



Linda has been living in Asia since 2012 and loves sharing her travel and life experiences on her website. She currently works remotely in Online Marketing and also teaches various English classes in South Korea.

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