A Thai food stall at a mall in central Hong Kong has been turned into a Western food stall by locals who love to dress up and eat their favourite foods.
The stall was decorated with posters and posters advertising Thai food.
“We are all so happy to be part of this, as it means we are able to eat something for a day in our hometown,” said one stallholder.
The stalls at the Mall of Asia in Central was decorated to show off the variety of food available in the country.
“There are some delicious and authentic foods,” said Chiang Mooi, owner of the stall.
“A bowl of rice, a plate of fried rice, curry and so many different things.”
The Western food stalls were started by a group of residents from the village of Chiang Mai.
“In Chiangmai, we have lots of traditional food, but it is not as good as the Western food,” said Phuong Shing Hing, owner and operator of the Thai food shop, The World of Thai.
“But we have something different, we are trying to make it better,” he said.
“I believe in Thai food, and I love to eat it, and my kids do too,” he added.
The Western Food stalls are the only Thai food shops at the mall.
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