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“At this humble shop, 80-year-old Mr Chan, one of Asia's few remaining master knife-sharpeners, uses nine different stones to grind each blade, and alternates between water and oil. If you bring him your blade, he charges between HK$100 and HK$600 with a three-month wait. But if you buy from him, and he has a great selection, he’ll do it there and then. Prices range from HK$200 for a small paring knife to around HK$2000 for a Shun knife. His customers include chefs, butchers, tailors and homemakers from all over the world. He’s had clients send him Japanese willow knives for his magic touch. Choppers, cleavers, slicers, paring knives, even scissors – he’s done them all. Find his shop close to Bowring St.”
  • 2 locals recommend
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  • 2 locals recommend
Kitchen Supply Store
“At this humble shop, 80-year-old Mr Chan, one of Asia's few remaining master knife-sharpeners, uses nine different stones to grind each blade, and alternates between water and oil. If you bring him your blade, he charges between HK$100 and HK$600 with a three-month wait. But if you buy from him, and he has a great selection, he’ll do it there and then. Prices range from HK$200 for a small paring knife to around HK$2000 for a Shun knife. His customers include chefs, butchers, tailors and homemakers from all over the world. He’s had clients send him Japanese willow knives for his magic touch. Choppers, cleavers, slicers, paring knives, even scissors – he’s done them all. Find his shop clo”
  • 5 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“One of the main attractions in Kowloon, Temple Street is famous for its vibrant night market and delicious local street food.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Bakery
“Very famous bakery shop where the young owners accomplished the Blue Ribbon course and being very creative in their production! 本地有名的面包店,兩位年輕店主的學成藍帶,他們的包點都是很有創意的,經常一早賣光!”
  • 1 local recommends
Grocery or Supermarket
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Home Goods Store
“At this humble shop, 80-year-old Mr Chan, one of Asia's few remaining master knife-sharpeners, uses nine different stones to grind each blade, and alternates between water and oil. If you bring him your blade, he charges between HK$100 and HK$600 with a three-month wait. But if you buy from him, and he has a great selection, he’ll do it there and then. Prices range from HK$200 for a small paring knife to around HK$2000 for a Shun knife. His customers include chefs, butchers, tailors and homemakers from all over the world. He’s had clients send him Japanese willow knives for his magic touch. Choppers, cleavers, slicers, paring knives, even scissors – he’s done them all. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Clothes Shop
“This reasonably priced and down-to-earth department store has been happily serving Hong Kong shoppers since 1907. Merchandise includes clothing, jewelry, accessories and household items. Exclusive for visitors Visitors with valid overseas passports or other applicable travel documents are entitled to a Tourist Shopping Pass. Upon presentation of the pass, visitors can enjoy 5–10 per cent discounts.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Open relatively late, you can find everything you'd need from a supermarket here.”
  • 1 local recommends
Snack Place
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Bakery
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Corner Shop
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Grocery or Supermarket
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