Feel like a feast of munchies? The wide selection of Tai O snacks will not disappoint! Check out the top 10 signature local snacks right here.
Enjoy all quick grab at one place
The kitchen of the Monastery offers vegetarian delicacies and aromatic tea.
It offers some of the most novel dishes in Lantau prepared with the freshest local produce.
Solo Balcony is a café nestled in Tai O’s iconic stilt house.
Processed with silver shrimp, shrimp paste is a condiment commonly used in Cantonese and Thai cuisines.
Salted egg yolks, salted fish, dried shrimp, shrimp paste and fish maw… all produced locally at Tai O.
The cooked-to-perfection texture and meticulously seasoned marinade make this a memorable snack.
A very popular snack of Tai O. Its intense aroma is particularly appetising.
Also known as “Heung Fei Guen” in Cantonese, this is a street snack that resembles a rolled up pizza.
A roti wrap filled with minced pork and Tai O’s very own shrimp paste, garnished with shredded lettuce.
Slightly bitter-sweet and sour, the herbal drink releases heat, detoxes and quenches your thirst.