Arrivals & Departures Hong Kong's food trucks rumble into visitor hotspots

Children eat a dragonfruit smoothie bowl from the Princess Kitchen Food Truck, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, China, February 18, 2017. A brand new culinary experience has hit the streets in Asia. Sixteen food trucks have wheeled into Hong Kong for the first time ever - delighting diners with a menu of intriguing local street food delicacies and western classics, all with an innovative twist. Mandatory Credit: Hong Kong Tourism Board via REUTERS Content Solutions
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Dragon fruit bowl? Pineapple bun? Or perhaps a burger known as the Notorious PIG? Try them all at the food trucks now serving the peckish at Hong Kong's tourist hubs.

From local street foods to classics such as burgers and fried rice, the newest entrants to Hong Kong's culinary scene have rolled into town.

More than a dozen food trucks are on rotation at spots including Golden Bauhinia Square in Wan Chai, the Central Harbourfront Event Space, Ocean Park, Salisbury Garden, Art Square, the Energizing Kowloon East Venue 1, Wong Tai Sin Square, and Hong Kong Disneyland.

Some of the food trucks include Beef and Liberty, with its Notorious PIG burger (filled with slow-braised barbecue pork, crackling and green-apple slaw), and Hung Fook Tong's Food Truck, with its signature soup with fish maw and dried scallops.

Others include Princess Kitchen, serving Instagram-worthy dragon fruit bowls, and Chinese street food at Ma Ma's dumplings.

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