A Tai Po institution, Chan Hon Kee is loved by many local residents thanks to their signature dishes of claypot rice, congee and cheung fun. Their cheung fun has various fillings including the classic zha leung (Chinese fried dough), beef, prawn and, if you’re into it, pork liver. The cheung fun here is made to order, so you can see them in action if you want. The result of which is soft, silky and served with a perfectly balanced soy sauce mix so you can slurp it up instantly. Trust me, you’ll probably want to order one for yourself here.
Hong Kong is full to the brim with good food and some of its best stuff comes from the streets. One popular street food essential is the humble cheung fun, which is great as a small snack, but that’s not the only place you can find this versatile rice noodle. From top dim sum spots and Cantonese restaurants making cheung fun the traditional way to new restaurants doing new and creative versions, Hong Kong has it all, so you can eat cheung fun for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
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