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A popular street food throughout Asia, it’s a cheap treat that is perfect for a lifestyle “on the go.”

Fish ball originated in China and has since travelled the world as a snack sensation. Starting in Southern China and Hong Kong, street stalls selling fish ball are very popular in Singapore and Malaysia; variations are enjoyed as far away as Scandinavia.

In Hong Kong, a typical fish ball retails for HK$6, which is around 77¢

These particular fish balls are dipped in a spicy curry sauce and sold at the Ying Heong Yuen snak shop on Cannon Street in Hong Kong's Causeway Bay.

These particular fish balls are dipped in a spicy curry sauce and sold at the Ying Heong Yuen snack shop on Cannon Street in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay.

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Written by Paulo Loreto

February 6, 2013 at 7:17 AM

Posted in Food, Hong Kong, Travel

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