What to eat in the famous area of Mong Kok, Hong Kong?
Mong Kok is one of the most famous area in Hong Kong. It is one of the busiest place where you can find almost everything. It’s near to many tourists attractions as well as the central of Hong Kong night market. Like any other touristic places in the world, usually eating out within these areas is not the best idea as the price is usually higher than in any other places in the city. Well, luckily we got it covered for you! We found one very delish food place just at the heart of Mong Kok with a very reasonable price!
When you’re in Mong Kok, help yourself to find Good Hope Noodles at No.123 Sai Yee Street. Based on the restaurant name, they do serve one of the best noodle soup I have ever tried!
Other than noodles, they also serve the best ever rice porridge, or in Hong Kong they call it Congee. At first, I didn’t know if Congee is actually rice porridge, which happens to be my 2nd favourite dish after noodles. I let my local Hong Kong friend to order the food for me. Surprise me with local food! …and I really was surprised!
The Congee (porridge) portion was so huge! In here, they eat Congee more for share. It came in one very large bowl with empty small bowls for us to eat. We shared this huge Congee for 3 of us! The huge bowl of Fish Congee for 3 only costs us HK$37 (£3.65). What a very good price for a huge bowl of food in the centre of Hog Kong, right?
There are plenty of Congee restaurants in Hong Kong that serves Congee at anytime of the day. I tried Congee at some different places in Hong Kong, but my favourite was the one here in Good Hope Noodles, Mong Kok. 🤤
Good Hope Noodles
No.123 Sai Yee, Mong Kok, Kowloon
Noodle with Cantonese Wonton in Soup HK$33 (£3.27)
Noodle with Fish Balls in Soup HK$33 (£3.27)
Plain Congee HK$12 (£1.19)
Congee with Cantonese Style – seen on the picture above 👆🏻HK$37 (£3.65)
Monday – Saturday: 11am – 1am
Sunday: 11am – 12am
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