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Hong Kong dining: Temple Street Market 「香港で 食べたい」

Hong Kong streetlights under the never ending rain.
Just north of Tsim Sha Tsui is the Temple Street Market, perfect for some cheap dining in the most popular Hong Kong seafood - spicy crab.

When a place is packed like that, in a city with so many restaurants as Hong Kong, it only means one thing… Awesome stuff.

For some, it's not easy to make a decision. Thanks god, the place is equipped with picture menu fully translated in English. Coming from Tokyo (trust me) this is a HUGE thing.

For others, the choice is clear - what could be better than locally brewed Spanish-branded beer?

Here it comes, the spicy crab.

Along with some pot choi & duck.

El pobre no sabía por donde empezar.

The atmosphere is even better than the food, quite nice to sit among a blend of multi-kulti locals, resident expats and tourists. Very relaxed, one place after another, all open to the street, just as in the tapas streets of Madrid.

Thought it was the wine, but the colors looked actually like rainbows in the night.

The scary mansions, on the way home.


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