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Tim Ho Wan


9-11 Fuk Wing St, Sham Shui Po
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You’ve probably heard of Tim Ho Wan, even if you think you haven’t. The place has become famous for their baked BBQ pork buns and for being the cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant in the world, so it attracts a mind-boggling number of tourists. And while the original shop in Kowloon is good, there are now a bunch of locations around the city where you can take a number and wait in a huge crowd of people for some very, very good baked BBQ pork buns. There’s also now one in the train station at IFC (the International Finance Center), so if you time things right, you can grab some buns just before you head to the airport.

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