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Hong Kong - Tsim sha Tsui - TST - Snacks, bites & goodies

This food-court outlet serves fantastic Japanese style fried dishes: Oysters, Shrimps, Pork chops, vegetarian sets and the likes...
Those of you who have sweet tooth would love this restaurant, that specializes in Cantonese desserts and goodies (especially sweet soups)...
Ebeneezer's is one of the best places to eat a Kebab in Hong Kong. The small outlets have no special design or ambience but they are clean, nice and serve excellent food at a reasonable price, day and night...
This rather simple restaurant serves good selection of scrumptious Turkish kebabs, alongside some other Turkish delicacies (such as their own Turkish pizza).
Macau is one of the only restaurant chains in Hong Kong that specializes in Macanese (Macau-style) cuisine. The restaurant does not have special décor or romantic atmosphere but the food is very good and the menu is diverse enough for everyone to find something he likes... If you are not planning to actually visit Macau, you may want to consider it...
This small and simple eatery specializes in Singaporean and Malaysian food and, as its name denotes, Satays are the main fare.
Panash serves generous portions of tasty western fare at a reasonable price. Nice ambience, lovely food and good coffee make this place a good alternative for Harbour city shoppers who are looking for a decent place to eat.
Domie is a well-known Tsim sha Tsui institution, selling a wide choice of freshly baked pastries and breads, as well as a variety of lovely cakes.
Big John is a small, cheerfully decorated coffeeshop that serves some good Western and Chinese food, and café-fare at very reasonable prices...
Hui Lau Shan is an extremely popular local chain of dessert shops, that serves refreshing Chinese-style desserts and healthy drinks, particularly mango-based puddings that come in all sorts of creative types and styles...
With outlets all over Hong Kong, Canada's well known burger-restaurant-chain is among the only places where you can get a fairly decent burger without digging too deep into your pocket...
Walking into this traditional Hong Kong café is just like traveling back in time... This culinary institution has changed very little (if at all) since it first opened its doors, almost sixty years ago... Even the old cash till is still there...
Café Zambra offers a wide selection of good quality coffees, as well as pastries, sandwiches and light meals. Ambience is pretty nice and there is an open balcony.
This eatery serves some of the best dim sums and dumplings on the Kowloon side of Hong Kong, in a bright and modern environment and at very moderate prices.
This iconic Cha Chaan Teng (Hong Kong style teahouse-café) has made a name for itself for serving some of the best scrambled eggs and French toast in Hong Kong, if not in the whole of southern China...