1. Curry fishballs
Curry fishballs are probably Hong Kong’s most iconic street snack – nearly every savoury street stall sells these. Though they’re mostly made from flour these days and contain almost no fish meat, this has had little effect on the snack's popularity. Springy in texture, the bite-sized spheres bob about in a strong curry sauce before they're skewered on a bamboo stick or ladled into a takeaway bowl for on-the-pavement enjoyment.