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Restaurants in Temple Street

As well as the many dai pai dong food stalls, and the Woosong Cooked Food Bazaar, there are also regular restaurants in Temple Street, many of which have established reputations.

You only need to walk along Temple Street or the neighboring Woosong Street, looking at the shops rather than the street stalls, to find a myriad of choices. Many of the top ranking and well known ones are not Chinese restaurants at all, but regional or international cuisine.

For those with a sweet tooth check out the Taiwanese Dessert shop at 11 Woosong Street called "綿綿冰" or ice noodles, like many small shops there is no English name posted outside.

On Temple Street itself the Indian Asian Curry House at number 115, inside the market area.

Temple Street Gallery

Vibrant sight by day and night


Get to the Night Market

Visitors and locals alike congregate in the evenings in Hong Kong's last remaining Night Market. The Night Market at Temple Street has been a fixture of the Jordan/Yau Ma Tei district since at least the 1920s and probably before.

Today it boasts market stalls with fashions and accessories, seafood and claypot rice in traditional Dai Pai Dong restaurants, fortunetellers and tarot card readers, and Cantonese Opera singers. Nowhere else in Hong Kong is such an interesting cross section of Hong Kong culture, cuisine, commerce and society to be found.


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