Easter is just around the corner and we’re all hunting for eggs! Eggs are very versatile ingredients and one of Hong Konger’s favourites! Here are some recommendations where you can find all kinds of unique egg dishes in Hong Kong:

  1. Capital Cafe: Scrambled Eggs


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    Capital Cafe is famous for their soft, scrambled eggs which are a part of their signature menu. You can try their breakfast sets or their signature menu for the best scrambled eggs in Hong Kong.Address: Shop B1, G/F, Kwong Sang Hong Building, 6 Heard Street, Wan Chai、

  2. Tai Cheong Bakery: Egg Tarts


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    Fancy some fresh out of the oven egg tarts? Tai Cheong is one of Hong Kong’s favourites. They have plenty of shops so you can avoid lining up!

    Shop KP31-32, Star Ferry Pier, Tsim Sha Tsui
    G/F, 35 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central
    Shop A, G/F, 93-99 Wan Chai Road, Wan Chai


  3. 7-11: Soft Boiled Eggs in Soy Sauce


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    Don’t dismiss the idea of buying soft-boiled eggs from the convenience store as they are often sold out because of their popularity! Enjoy having these on the go while you explore Hong Kong.

    Address: All 7-11 Chain Stores


  4. Little Cove Espresso: Middle Eastern Poached Eggs


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    Fancy something more exotic? Try these Middle Eastern Poached Eggs by Little Cove. Though tucked away in the far corner of Hong Kong, the Little Cove Espresso has many delicious food and drinks to try out.

    Address: Shop 1 and 2, G/F, Siu Yat Building, Sai Kung Hoi Pong Square, Sai Kung


  5. Geli Fan Xiang: Steamed Salted Egg Pork Patty


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    You must try this signature dish out! The salted egg yolk is put atop of some minced pork to create a mountain of pure goodness. Remember to mush the salted egg so you can get a scoop with both juicy meat patty and salted egg!

    Address: Flat B, 3/F, Fully Industrial Building, 6 Tsun Yip Street, Kwun Tong

  6. Duck Shing Ho: Egg RollsYou’ll constantly find people lining up for Duck Shing Ho’s Egg Rolls. Get ready to line because it’s 100% worth it! The crunchy egg rolls are so delicious that even locals come back again and again.Address: G/F., 64 Java Raod, North Point
  7. Stockton: Scotch Eggs


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    Stockton maybe a speakeasy bar, but their eggs are not easy to replicate at all. These scotch eggs are perfectly runny in the middle and have a great crust. Bite in and get ready to feel the explosion of yolk in your mouth!

    Address: G/F., 32 Wyndham St., Central

  8. Australia Dairy Company: Egg SandwichMany have heard of the name “Australia Dairy Company”, half of the people who come end up hating their service: nonplussed and no-nonsense attitude of the waiters can be a bad experience. And yet, there are still hundreds lining up every month for their Egg Sandwich. Good or not? Go and try but it’s not for the faint-hearted!Address: G/F, 47-49 Parkes Street, Jordan
  9. Man Sing Restaurant: Steamed Egg with Crab Miso


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    Man Sing Restaurant may be most-famous for their steamed salted egg with minced pork patty, but their crab miso with steamed egg is also something worth trying. Located in a nifty corner at Tai Hang, the place is always bustling.

    Address: G/F, 16 Wun Sha Street, Tai Hang

  10. Man Fat Restaurant: Three-coloured Eggs


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    Man Fat Restaurant is quite far away from other tourist spots unless you’re in Sham Shui Po for the day. However, do stop by to try their Potatoes with Beef Cubes and have their Three-coloured Eggs.

    Address: G/F, 150-152 Kiu Kiang Street, Sham Shui Po

  11. Spring Deer: Fried Egg White with Broccolis


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    Named “Fried Crabs” in Chinese, this dish is in fact trying to imitate crab meat! The fried egg whites indeed somehow resemble steamed crab meat (albeit missing some red flesh). Try this traditional Chinese dish while you’re in Hong Kong!

    Address: 1/F, 42 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

  12. Yum Cha: Custard Buns


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    Perhaps you’ve already heard about Custard Buns, or maybe you’ve already tried, but why not have one of these cute Custard Buns? Custard buns are made of salted egg too so it counts!

    3/F, Attitude on Granville, 20-22 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
    Shop 1-2, 2/F, Nan Fung Place, 173 Des Voeux Road Central, Central
    Shop 7, 4/F, Langham Place, 8 Argyle Street, Mong Kok