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Hong Kong 101: Delightful Delicacies from Dundas Market – Beef Entrails

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Updated: 24 March 2017
Within Hong Kong’s traditions and culture, street food is central, and provides a unique experience to both tourists and locals. This HONG KONG 101 video takes you on a journey around the distinctive dishes created by traditional street food vendors in Mong Kok – one of Hong Kong’s most vibrant districts.

MIXED BEEF ORGANS / BEEF ENTRAILS: 牛什

Price: HK$25 ($3.22)
Location: Dundas Street, Mong Kok

Beef entrails (a cow’s pancreas, intestine, spleen and lungs) are usually eaten in a soup which also includes peppers, radish and chilli sauce. Even though it may not look particularly tempting, this snack is one of the most popular dishes in Hong Kong.