I went to Dundas St. in Mongkok just to try the coffee at 18 Grams. I ended up finding Tim Ho Wan and discovering a street filled with lots of food stalls selling everything from frozen yogurt to stinky tofu.
I went in a shop called Wonder Farm and found lots of interesting food products. The pictures of the wagyu steaks were what caught my attention.
They sold an assortment of food items from Korea, Japan, Italy and France.
They also carried Milk Top brand ice cream from Hokkaido Japan.
Milk Top ice cream
Next time I will try one of these steaks.
Next door was a traditional Chinese bake shop.
Here’s where the fun begins. The frontage of all these food stores was a narrow sidewalk filled with people eating on the street.
pizza cone, frozen yogurt
Popular bubble waffles are a mainstay in Hong Kong’s food streets.
Here’s something familiar – Gong Cha!
I guess the frozen yogurt craze has hit Hong Kong too.
This is the typical cook-to-order street food found in many streets in Mongkok. You have to try any one of their snacks at least once.
From Dundas St. you will also hit the Ladies Night Market at Tung Choi street.
It’s fun just to walk along this street and try to spot some bargains. Don’t forget to haggle the price! The next time I go back to Dundas St. I will go with an empty stomach.
Kwong Wa Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon, 22B Shop (Dundas Street)
telephone: 852 2789 0363
6 thoughts on “Good Eats at Dundas St., Mongkok”
This street seem more cleaner and newer. Tourists will like it very much. They will like the takeout dim sum.
Leslie, sometime I perfer a spingroll and instead frying I make with cooked filling and wrap it in springroll wrapers and baked it. Less fat in it and very crispy still. Serve with rice noodle or rice and sauce.
That’s a good idea Betty! I have to try that some time. Thanks!
Oh yeah Vickie my daughter who enjoy traveling too and cooking.
how to get to Wonder Farm ? Mind sharing and guiding? thanks alot.
Just check Google Map for Dundas St. In Mongkok. It’s not hard to find.