Think good-value, tasty, inexpensive food in Tsim Sha Tsui and you're bound to think Korean. You wouldn't be wrong - but there's more to the area, including pizza, ramen, and European restaurants. So whether you're looking for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a sinful afternoon dessert, here's how to enjoy some wallet-friendly eating. Click on headlines to open full reviews of each restaurant.
Diners ...move down an assembly line to create their perfect bowl. Udon can be ordered in regular or large portions.
The sweet chilli chicken with house-made potato crisps is a triumph. The gooey sauce clings to each chunk ... yet the skin is ... crunchy.
Grano Italiano boasts that it's the city's first pizza tailor ... If we were to name the pizza we created, it would probably be the Meat Monster
Even the vegetables were enticing here. The caramelised cauliflower was enlivened with shallot, smoked paprika and a cane sugar glaze.
The kaya butter toast set was a good breakfast choice. The brown bread was thin enough to really taste the kaya — a jam made from egg and coconut
The scallop ceviche made a good starter, thanks to its ... orange and dill marinade. The caramelised chicken wings were well seasoned ... We loved the sweet stuff
Goobne takes pride in its oven-roasted chicken, which comes in eight flavours, including Sichuan, teriyaki, and sweet and spicy ... The chicken was lighter than the fried versions
We would definitely give priority to the sweet dishes, but if you're yearning for something savoury ... there are four topokki (Korean rice cakes) to choose from
Be sure to enjoy your pizza quickly once it is served, for although it takes just 90 seconds to cook in the wood-fire oven, the pizza also takes no time to lose its crunch
If you like what you see here, look up our budget eats page for dozens more places where you can eat for under HK$100. Why not bookmark the page under My Apps in the scmp.com app?