Hong Kong Street Food

Free fairy floss

Treat yourself to some fluffy cloud-like fairy floss … and did we mention it’s all free.

Time: All day

Free Spring Rolls

Who can say no to free food, especially some piping hot spring rolls with a tangy sweet chilli sauce.*

*Like and share the ‘Experience HK’ Facebook page and you’ll get free spring rolls. Limited to first 500 attendees on the day

Time: From 11:00am, while stocks lasts

Mango Pomelo Sago

Fragrant mango and citrusy pomelos pieces are combined with sweet sago and evaporated milk to create a vibrant and refreshing dessert. This is a signature Hong Kong dessert; a great way to finish any meal.

Time: All day

Pineapple Bun

The pineapple bun is a sweet soft bun, topped with a layer of crunchy cookie topping. (P.S. It contains no pineapple. Its name is simply attributed to its golden-brown crust resembling a pineapple).

Time: All day

HK Style Milk Tea

Come try some authentic Hong Kong milk tea, with its signature smooth and creamy texture.

Time: All day

Siu Mai

A hugely popular dim sum dish. They are often made from delicious, steamed pork and prawn, garnished with fish roes.

Time: All day

Egg Tart

This is an iconic Hong Kong dessert. With a flaky crumbly crust filled with a sweet creamy egg custard; highly recommend you get a few to try yourself!

Time: All day

Prawn Har Gow

Wrapped by translucent skin, this is amongst the most famous dim sim dishes. Stuffed with prawn and wheat starch, making it chewy and juicy.

Time: All day

BBQ Pork Bun

These soft, fluffy steamed buns filled with juicy BBQ pork (also known as Char Siu) are the staple dish served in every yumcha restaurant.

Time: All day

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