If you’re a sucker for bubble tea, be sure try the ones shaken at Chun Shui Tang, which supposedly invented the famous drink back in 1987. A Taiwanese original, the brand’s first takeaway store in Hong Kong offers more than 20 different beverages – including the signature pearl milk tea, of course – as well as light bites and bento boxes.
The long-awaited Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link is finally operating after launching on September 23. The line’s Hong Kong terminus at the new West Kowloon Railway Station comes with a flurry of eateries where Hongkongers can refuel and relax before starting their journey. Travellers can tuck into Michelin star-quality dim sum, sip on bubble tea and tuck into a diverse range of international cuisines including Japanese, Korean and Southeast Asian. There’s even a local cha chaan teng inside the massive 18,000 sq ft food court. Get a taste of the best with our guide.