Tai O is a fishing village famous for its unique architecture, the houses were built on water. Our half day trip began with the Ngong Ping cable cars and then by bus. The ride was fine, it was rainy. This part was very touristy, since it is also the way to reach the big buddha. Glad to do it once, but not again.
Our first idea was to have a proper restaurant meal, probably a seafood restaurant. After talking to a local there, he advised us to do binge eating with local street food. I agree, was in fact much more interesting and fun. Note that most of the snacks here, you could only find that in Tai O.
We started with the delicious husband galette, a prawn pork pancake at Cheung Choi Kee.
I think it was much faster taking a bus to the village but man those drivers are literally pedal to the metal. I recall a lady sorta near us screaming “excuse me mr. bus driver, but can you slow down!?” more than once…
Anywho, you went all out on the snacks! Did you get the eggettes cooked over the little charcoal grill with the sunglass uncle?