So the name sounds a bit dodgy, but rest assured, there’s no dog meat involved in any of Block 18’s noodles. The name refers to their speciality glutinous rice noodles. Here at this street food locale, tuck into a hearty bowl of noodles served in rich broth with liberal helpings of mushrooms and minced meat. Their fake shark fin soup with duck is popular too. The noodles make for the fuel after a long day spent shopping around Sham Shui Po.
It may have a rep as a solid working class neighbourhood but Sham Shui Po is home to some mean cheap eats, some of the best shopping streets in all Hong Kong and mouthwatering street food. In case you get hungry checking all that out, here’s our list of the best restaurants in Sham Shui Po.