With remarkable harbour view, historical buildings, and also museums, Tsim Sha Tsui is definitely the most popular place in Hong Kong. There is no trouble on getting Cantonese cuisines in this little packed area.
Tsui Wah Restaurant
A famous chain restaurant in Hong Kong. That would be sad if you miss the fresh-made breads here, especially the pineapple bun with a piece of butter. With long opening hours, there is no problem to find a place to eat after mid-night.
Address : G/F, 2 Carnarvon Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Opening hours : Sun-Thu 7:00am – 2:00am, Fri-Sat 7:00am – 3:00am
Average cost per person : HKD$30 – $60
English Menu offered
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The price is quite affordable comparing to other restaurants in the same area. And foods tastes really good and local. If you want to try traditional Cantonese breakfasts, Congee and rice rolls would be your choice.
Address : 2A Hou Fook Street, Tsim Sha Tsui
Opening hours : Mon-Sun 6:30am – 2:00am
Average cost per person : HKD$20 – $35
Mui Kee Cookfood Stall
Not the original open-air Dai Pai Dong, but offering good Cantonese stir-fries in a clean and air conditioning dinning place. One thing you should to do here is, order bottles of beer, pour in a “battle bowl” and do the “beer battle” with friends.
Address : 5/F, Carnarvon Plaza, 20 Carnarvon Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Average cost per person : HKD$150 – $200
Opening hours : Mon-Sun 11:00am – 00:30am
Menu with pictures