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Stanley Street Dai Pai Dang 士丹利街大排檔 @ Central 中環

已有 620 次閱讀2014-11-13 22:32 |個人分類:Central n Western 中西區|系統分類:Travel @ HK

At the west side of Stanley Street (士丹利街) in Central, there are several Dai Pai Dangs (Open-air Food Stalls or Cooked Food Stalls). Besides the sunbrella, it is basially dining alfresco. This Dai Pai Dang is famous and attracts the locals and tourists.


This is the so-called dining culture of Hong Kong, the locals enjoy very much. 


In autumn and winter, it is the best time of the whole year to dine in these dai pai dangs. 


OLs, businessmen, workers and many others are attracted to dine in this section of Stanley Street.


They serve rice, noodle, rice in soup, toast, milk tea and coffee. Though these food items are very common and eaten frequently, diners are looking for such local food items.


Dai Pai Dang is used generically to refer to food stalls operating on the roadside with foldable tables, chairs and no air-conditioning.


For noodle and drink of Yue Hing Food Stall (裕興大排檔) , please see http://isletforum.com/home.php?mod=space&uid=61&do=blog&id=423. 


Official dai pai dangs are scarce today, numbering only 28, situated in Central (10), Sham Shui Po (14), Wan Chai (1), Tai Hang (2), and Tai O (1).




There is a wonton noodle stall at Gutzlaff Street. 


Wai Kee Congee Shop (威記粥店) is also located at Stanley Street, thereby benefiting as well. 


An bird-eye's view from Central - Mid-Levels Escalators.


It is full at lunchtime on weekdays. 


Dai pai dangs are located at the section of Stanley Street with red mark, between Graham Street (嘉咸街) and Cochrane Street (閣麟街). It is easily accessible by MTR and public Transport. No matter whether you are locals of tourists, you may find it interesting to dine in Stanley Street Dai Pai Dang. 


Islet Relics / 2014


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