Shopping is an exercise.
And do not let anyone convince you otherwise.
And thus sustenance are required.
Just like everything under its roof, Dragon Centre Food Court provides substantial sustenance at wallet-easy prices.
I estimated a total of 25 – 30 stalls and there is even a Malaysian food stall with curries, rice and roti canai!
BELOW: Freshly stretched and pan fried roti canai.
Lest you think it is only Chinese food, this food court offers Japanese, Korean, Taiwanese, Malay, bubble tea and desserts.
Portions are generous too. And by generous I meant it is applicable to the MEAT/SEAFOOD/VEGETABLES as well, not just the rice or noodles.
For the price paid, you actually do get a large serving of meat or fish.
To illustrate my point, take a look at the examples below. Each dish is about HKD40-55 (RM22- RM30).
This is my favourite stall. The items here are fresh, cooked upon order and the stock for the soup heavenly.
It is quite value for money considering that this bowl of almost 8 plump oysters, house-made fish paste, thick fish fillets, 4 meatballs, 6 beef fillets and a whole load of vegetables PLUS RICE only cost me about RM22 (HKD40).
BELOW: My bowl of high protein seafood and meat. The soup was delicious.
There are plenty that you can order from this stall as you can customise your soupy options based on the ingredients you chose.
Just tell this guy in charge and he will prepare your order for you.
BELOW: It is important to stay hydrated. I had a bubble tea for HKD15.
Understandably the food court is packed and it could be challenging to find a seat.
Well, this is Hong Kong so just share table. Everyone here mind their own business anyways.
Admittedly I couldn’t try everything in this food court, but the few items that I did were more than edible for a hungry stomach.
Entrance to the Food Court:
Not much of a proper entrance really, but it is on the 6th floor so just head up!
How much for a meal you ask?
Well, drinks start from HKD15 (RM8) and meals are from HKD30 (RM17) onwards.
Address: 37K Yen Chow Street, Sham Shui Po HK
In a nutshell, Dragon Centre is a retail Complex hosing 9 levels of retail activities. Total area amounts to 840,000 square feet of retail space for shops, food outlets and entertainment facilities under one roof.