Arts & Culture – Tucking into food truck fare
Hong Kong’s food-truck revolution is up. Food lovers can now tuck into savoury BBQ pork slathered between US-style steamed bread, home-made dumplings, or pineapple buns filled with fresh cream.
16 food trucks have been approved for an initial two-year trial which will be bring even more delicious diversity to the culinary capital of Asia.
You can find the trucks via a free mobile app - HK Food Truck. Now, all we need do is ... tuck in!
The mobile app - HK Food Truck is available for free download in Google Play and the Apple App Store.
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Last revision date: Apr 20, 2018