Ichiran Ramen, which is very popular in Hong Kong, is at the entrance of Minden Path. One end of Minden Path intersects with Burma Terrace, and the other end is a road to dig a head, which means that the road is not accessible. The whole street is basically filled with restaurants, such as Seonghachi Japanese Restaurant, Yanmaru Aquatic Products, Yunlaixuan, Ton King Ramen, Osaka Yakiniku, etc. Not long ago, a new Huasao ice room was opened.
Minden Path is at the southeast corner of Tsim Sha Tsui, perhaps the quietest and most mysterious street in Tsim Sha Tsui. This is one of the most typical gathering places for South Asians. People from the Indian subcontinent can often be seen in restaurants and shops here, and many South Asians are handing out flyers and running errands.
This is called a street with heads but no tails. Compared with the bustling traffic in the central area of Tsim Sha Tsui, Minden Lane is always quiet and a little abrupt. However, take two steps on this inconspicuous street at noon every day and watch the South Asians wandering around their trucks and chatting. The chefs and waiters of the bar that only opened at night came to the bar and smoked. Looking up at the sky, groups of pigeons shook their heads and swayed in the sun, always feeling a sense of fun.
The west side of Mindeng Path intersects with Burma Terrace, while the east side is a digging road, which means that this road is blocked. The Minden Trail is named after Minden, a city in North Rhine, Germany. The Hong Kong government intends to build this dead end road into Lan Kwai Fong in Tsim Sha Tsui, so there are Japanese dishes, hot pots, and tea restaurants on this street. The well-known ones include Ton King, Huasao Ice Room, Black Gate Aquatic Products, etc.
You can see Mindeng Trail when you enter the alley on the side of Chungking Mansions. The most famous one on this trail is Ichiran Ramen. It is located at the intersection of Mindeng Trail and Burma Terrace. Another well-known Japanese ramen shop-Tonwang. I came to Mindeng Trail that day and was pleasantly surprised to find that a new Huasao Ice Room was opened. The last time I ate Huasao Ice Room was on the Pingshan Cultural Relic Trail, which is far and far away. Now that a new store has opened here, it is much more convenient.
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This street is a relatively narrow road, but after a few turns from the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station, there are many small food shops in the surrounding area. You can cross two streets to Canton Road and walk to Victoria Harbour for about 16 minutes. Of course, if you have long legs and walk for 10 minutes, you should be able to walk. There are several high-priced hotels on this street. If your first stop is Tsim Sha Tsui, you can check out the nearby hotels online in advance. They are relatively good.
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