Once a prominent industrial hub in the 1950s, Kwun Tong has slowly evolved from a manufacturing landmark into one of Hong Kong’s coolest up-and-coming ‘hoods where cafes, restaurants, lifestyle shops, and quirky art spaces fill the streets and factory buildings with a unique sense of character. Follow our guide to discover all the best things to do and eat in Kwun Tong.
What to eat and drink
Kwong Wing Catering
The neighbourhood has no lack of restaurants delivering scrumptious local comfort food, but if you’ve got a penchant for simple, authentic Hong Kong dishes, look no further than Kwong Wing Catering. It can be dizzying for first-timers deciding what to try from their extensive menu, but we can’t recommend the fried pork chop with triple fried eggs and scallion oil on rice enough. Their char siu egg rice is another equally impressive dish that worth a try.
When the weather gets a little chilly, this restaurant is likely to attract hordes of hungry diners coming for their Cantonese-style claypot rice dishes.
Kwong Wing Catering, Shop A11, G/F, Fook Cheong Building, 63 Hoi Yuen Road, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong, facebook.com/kwongwingcatering