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Hello Ho Ho Kitchen lovers, are you looking for the latest Ho Ho Kitchen Menu? You have arrived at the right place then. We have uploaded their complete menu with pictures & updated prices. Below you will find the latest Lists of Ho Ho Kitchen Menu 2024 Hong Kong with prices.



Country-style Stir-fried PorkHK$ 86
Deep-fried Steamed Bun (6 pcs)HK$ 42
Stir-fried CauliflowerHK$ 79
Sour and Spicy Shredded PotatoHK$ 57
Stir-fried Beef with CuminHK$ 97
Duck’s Blood, Beef and Tripe in Spicy SoupHK$ 130

Combo Set

One of their best offerings is the Combo for 4, which is priced at just HK$375. This amazing deal includes a variety of dishes that are perfect for sharing with friends or family. From the savory flavors of their signature fried rice to the mouth-watering aroma of their steamed dumplings, every bite is a delight. Not to mention, the portions are generous, so you’ll definitely leave feeling satisfied.

Combo for 4HK$ 375

Seasonal Vegetables

Their menu offers a variety of vegetable dishes that are not only delicious but also reasonably priced. Some of our favorites include the Sour and Spicy Shredded Potato, Stir-fried Lotus Root Slice, and Tiger Skin Bell Pepper. The Braised Eggplant in Brown Sauce and Stir-fried Cauliflower are also excellent choices. If you’re a fan of greens, the Hand-shredded Cabbage, Sautéed Green Beans, and Stir-fried Baby Cabbage are all must-tries. For a heartier dish, we highly recommend the Braised Eggplant and Shredded Pork.

Sour and Spicy Shredded PotatoHK$ 57
Stir-fried Lotus Root SliceHK$ 68
Tiger Skin Bell PepperHK$ 75
Braised Eggplant in Brown SauceHK$ 75
Stir-fried CauliflowerHK$ 79
Hand-shredded CabbageHK$ 75
Stir-fried Shredded PotatoHK$ 57
Sautéed Green BeansHK$ 64
Braised Eggplant and Shredded PorkHK$ 75
Stir-fried CeltuceHK$ 64
Stir-fried Baby CabbageHK$ 64

Home Style Stir-fry

Spicy Sichuan Diced ChickenHK$ 157
Chicken with Green PepperHK$ 157
Spicy Boiled BeefHK$ 152
Stir-fried Beef with CuminHK$ 97
Stir-fried Beef with Seasonal VegetablesHK$ 97
Duck’s Blood Beef and Tripe in Spicy SoupHK$ 130
Crystal Noodles on Sizzling Iron PlateHK$ 79
Stir-fried Sichuan Preserved Pork with Seasonal VegetableHK$ 97
Pig Intestine with Tofu PuddingHK$ 163
Pork Intestines with Pickled PepperHK$ 130
Mapo TofuHK$ 68
Stir-fried Dried TofuHK$ 97
Konjac with Pickled PepperHK$ 97
Sautéed Diced Chicken with Chili and PepperHK$ 157
Kung Pao ChickenHK$ 97
Sautéed Beef with Wild PepperHK$ 108
Ginger Scallion Beef Stir-friedHK$ 97
Sichuan Style Sweet Braised Pork BellyHK$ 75
Twice-cooked PorkHK$ 79
Country-style Stir-fried PorkHK$ 86
Sichuan Stewed Sliced Pork with Preserved VegetablesHK$ 75
Sichuan Sauteed Pig Intestine with Chili PepperHK$ 130
Pork Intestine with Chili in CasseroleHK$ 130
Griddled Thousand Layered Bean CurdHK$ 97
Scrambled Egg with TomatoHK$ 68


Among their menu offerings are the Griddled Frog, Sauteed Frog with Chili Pepper, Stir-fried Frog with Pickled Peppers, and Sichuan Spicy Boiled Frog, each priced at HK$ 152. The restaurant’s skillful execution of these dishes will surely leave your taste buds wanting more. From the perfectly cooked frog to the flavorful seasonings, each dish is sure to impress. So, if you’re feeling adventurous and looking for a unique dining experience, make sure to check out Ho Ho Kitchen’s frog dishes on your next visit.

Griddled FrogHK$ 152
Sauteed Frog with Chili PepperHK$ 152
Stir-fried Frog with Pickled PeppersHK$ 152
Sichuan Spicy Boiled FrogHK$ 152

Fresh Fish

Spicy Boiled Fish (Snakehead)from HK$ 207
Fish in Green Pepper Soup (Snakehead)from HK$ 218
Sichuan Fish Fillet with Pickled Vegetables (Raw Fish)from HK$ 207
Spicy Sichuan Style Stewed Mandarin Fishfrom HK$ 295
Mandarin Fish with Green Pepperfrom HK$ 306
Boiled Mandarin Fish with Pickled Cabbagefrom HK$ 295

Chicken or Duck Pot

. For those who are daring enough to try something unique, their Spicy Pig Intestines and Chicken Pot might be right up your alley. If you prefer something milder but still flavorful, the Pork Tripe and Chicken with Pepper Soup in Casserole is a must-try. With prices starting from HK$163, you won’t have to break the bank to indulge in some mouth-watering dishes at Ho Ho Kitchen.

Spicy Chicken Potfrom HK$ 163
Spicy Pig Intestines And Chicken Potfrom HK$ 185
Pork Tripe and Chicken with Pepper Soup in Casserolefrom HK$ 185

Snacks to Pair with Alcoholic Drinks

Deep-fried Fish BlockHK$ 64
Chicken Feet with Sand Ginger PowderHK$ 64


They offer a wide range of mouth-watering seafood dishes that are sure to satisfy your cravings. One of the standout dishes on their menu is the Spicy Peppercorn Crayfish. This dish is bursting with flavor and packs just the right amount of heat. Another must-try dish is the Deep-fried Shrimps with Spiced Salt. The shrimps are perfectly cooked and seasoned with a blend of spices that will leave your taste buds dancing. For those who enjoy a bit of a kick, the Prawn Vindalo is a great choice. The dish is made with succulent prawns cooked in a spicy sauce that will leave you feeling satisfied and wanting more.

Prawn VindaloHK$ 163
Spicy Peppercorn CrayfishHK$ 218
Deep-fried Shrimps with Spiced SaltHK$ 163


Sautéed Crab in Hot and Spicy SauceHK$ 295
Stir-fried Curry CrabHK$ 295

Venus Clam

One of the highlights of their menu is the Spicy Boiled Venus Clams, priced at HK$ 152, which are a perfect blend of spiciness and tanginess. If you’re a fan of cold appetizers, you should definitely try the Numbing Spicy Clams, which are priced at HK$ 75 and have a unique taste that will leave you wanting more. The Stir-fried Clams in Salted Black Beans and Chili Sauce, priced at HK$ 108, are another must-try dish on the menu.

Spicy Boiled Venus ClamsHK$ 152
Numbing Spicy Clams (Cold Appetizer)HK$ 75
Stir-fried Clams in Salted Black Beans and Chili SauceHK$ 108

Rice or Main Dish

Steamed Bun (6 pcs)HK$ 42
Mixed BunHK$ 75
Dried Scallop and Egg Fried RiceHK$ 97
Deep-fried Steamed Bun (6 pcs)HK$ 42
Fried Rice with BeefHK$ 75
White RiceHK$ 13

Sichuan and Chongqing Style Noodles

The menu offers a variety of noodle dishes that are packed with authentic Sichuan flavors. Among their most popular dishes are the Sichuan Dan Dan Noodles, which are a must-try for anyone who visits. If you are feeling adventurous, the Pig Intestines with Spicy and Sour Noodles is also a great choice. For those who prefer milder flavors, the Spicy and Sour Noodles with Minced Meat is a perfect option. All of these delicious dishes are available at an affordable price, with each dish priced at just HK$ 44.

Sichuan Dan Dan NoodlesHK$ 44
Pig Intestines with Spicy and Sour NoodlesHK$ 44
Pig Intestine NoodlesHK$ 44
Spicy and Sour Noodles with Minced MeatHK$ 44


Seasonal Vegetable Tofu SoupHK$ 75
Tomato Egg Drop SoupHK$ 75
Fish Bone Belly Tofu SoupHK$ 97

Cold Snacks

Sichuan Saliva ChickenHK$ 108
Sour and Spicy Beef TripeHK$ 50
Chilli Sliced Beef and Beef OffalHK$ 50
Pork Ear with Soup in Hot and Spicy SauceHK$ 42
Spicy OkraHK$ 42
Bell Pepper Preserved EggHK$ 40
Lotus Root Slice with Soup in Hot and Spicy SauceHK$ 44
Mala BeefHK$ 50
Mala Beef TripeHK$ 50
Mala Shredded TripeHK$ 42
Cold Stir Shredded DishHK$ 39
Sour and Spicy Black FungusHK$ 33
Smashed CucumberHK$ 33
Bean JellyHK$ 33


Sugar Cane and Imperatae DrinkHK$ 17
Oolong TeaHK$ 17
CokeHK$ 11
SpriteHK$ 11
Cream SodaHK$ 11
Preserved KumquatHK$ 17
Jdb Herbal TeaHK$ 11
Coke ZeroHK$ 11
FantaHK$ 11
Nestle Lemon TeaHK$ 11


Sonderberg BeerHK$ 22
Tsingtao BeerHK$ 29
Guinness BeerHK$ 40
Skol BeerHK$ 26
Blue Girl BeerHK$ 33

What is the most famous Hong Kong food?

19 Must-eat Foods in Hong Kong
Pineapple Buns. Sham Shui Po Foodie Tour — Pineapple Bun. …
Zhu Cheung Fun (Rice Rolls) Sham Shui Po Foodie Tour — rice rolls. …
Milk Tea / Yin Yang. Sham Shui Po Foodie Tour — Milk Tea. …
Tofu Dessert. …
Dim Sum. …
Hong Kong-style Egg Tarts. …
Wonton Noodles. …
Siu Mei (roasted meats)

What is the main cuisine in Hong Kong?

A majority of Chinese in Hong Kong are Cantonese in addition to sizable numbers of Hakka, Teochew and Shanghainese peoples, and home dishes are Cantonese with occasional mixes of the other three types of cuisines. Rice is predominantly the main staple for home meals.

What food is Hong Kong famous for?

10 must-try traditional Hong Kong foods
Dim Sum. …
Fish Balls. …
Egg Waffles. …
Pineapple Bun. …
Egg Tart. …
Milk Tea. …
Chinese Barbecue. …
Wonton Noodles.

Why is Hong Kong a food paradise?

Hong Kong is considered as the “Culinary Paradise” and offers a wide variety of food and international cuisines. Visitors have the chance to sample and try almost every different food ranging from the different Chinese regions, European, African, and Indian or from the Americas.

What is Hong Kong famous for?

Hong Kong is an endlessly fascinating destination due to its rich history and cultural diversity. Modern skyscrapers and centuries-old temples dot the vibrant Central district of Hong Kong, resulting in a unique scenery that’s unlike most cities in Asia.

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