1. Hong Kong Style Waffle (Gaak Jai Beng) Weekendhk These waffle sandwiches are spread with butter, peanut butter, condense milk and a sprinkle of sugar. YUMMMMM! 2. Egg Waffle (Gai Daan Jai) Marshy Food / Via marshyfood.com They are crispy on the outside, soft and chewy on the inside. They also have other flavours like chocolate and Matcha. 3. Curry fish balls (Ga Lei Yu Daan) Macro & More They are deep fried and soaked in curry sauce. 4. Rice noodle rolls (Cheung Fen) Etw They are made from rice noodle sheet, usually served with soy sauce, peanut sauce, sweet sauce and a sprinkle of sesame seeds. 5. Stinky Tofu (Chau Dau Fu) Asian Inspirations As the name suggested it, its stinky. But don’t let it scare you away! They are deep fried fermented bean curd. Drizzle some sweet chili sauce and bite into these crispy deliciousness. 6. Stuffed Trio (Jeen Yeung Saam Bo) Apple Daily HK The ‘trio’ refers to green, yellow and red peppers. And they are stuffed with minced fish then pan fried to golden brown. 7. Red Bean pudding (Put Chai Go) Spoon University These palm size rice cakes are made with brown sugar, rice flour and red beans. They are sweet and chewy. 8. Deep fried pig intestines (Jaa Dai Cheung) Chi Ba 78 Deep fried pig intestines… You neither love it or hate it. 9. Sweet Tofu pudding (Dau Fu Fa) Angeleno Wine Merchant This dessert is served with ginger syrup and brown sugar. The tofu are light, smooth and will melt in your mouth. They can be eaten hot or cold. 10. Dragon beard candy (Lung So Tong) Food Gal They are traditional Chinese sweet. The sugar paste is stretched into hair like strands wrapped around the chewy peanut and coconut filling. The origin of the name came from the Chinese emperor back in ancient China, as the white sugar strands reminded the emperor of a dragon’s beard. 11. Egg tart (Daan Tat) Discover Hong Kong The egg tarts are made with short crust or flaky pastry, and filled with rich custard. They are best eaten fresh and warm. 12. Vanilla Ice cream (Yuen Shou Go) Open Rice Not just any vanilla ice cream. Vanilla ice cream that came from this ice cream truck ‘Mobile Softee’. They can be found everywhere in Hong Kong during summer. Just follow the music and you will find your way to happiness!