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Glen and Coco stop at a popular street-side stand in the ladies market for some fish balls.
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Male: So we’re in Mong Kok?
Male: Yeah, now were in the latest Mong Kok Hongkong market area so we can see that now they’re finished studying. The students are coming out and they’re hungry. Somehow they would like some snacks to buy something to eat. Yeah, you can see different food, no expenses.
Male: So these are just quick easy snacks and people buy them. So what have we got? We've got little cakes with the beans?
Male: Cakes inside like cheesiness.
Male: They were in fruit.
Male: And little egg crop pancakes.
Male: Pancakes with mostly banana and some fish balls.
Male: Fish balls?
Male: Then they turn it around. These are some cakes
Male: This is the pig’s deep fried taro, fish ball, the interior of the beef, chicken wings.
Male: Chicken wings—
Male: Hams, sauces with the wasabi sauce, spicy sauce. All right, this is the fish ball also.
Male: So, this is the ham.
Male: Ham and mushrooms?
Male: Yeah, they will boil it and water it up.
Male: Boil it?
Male: Yeah, boil it, yeah.
Male: The chicken wing—
Male: The chicken wings.
Male: Do you want to try?
Male: Yeah, let’s—what do you suggest?
Male: I think normally we will try the fish ball.
Male: Fish ball, okay. Let’s give it a go.
Male: Spicy or not spicy?
Male: Some spicy?
Male: So it’s the round fish—
Male: Yeah, it is a lot spicy.
Male: So this is ground fish and then it’s deep fried or it’s boiled?
Male: Deep fried already and after that, they dip it in a kind of sauce so we heat it and then when you eat it, it’s hot, right?
Male: So, I got this fish ball. Apparently it’s been fried and then they reheat it in the sauce. It tastes like fish.
Male: This is a mixture of a fish. So it’s a bunch of different types of fish.
Male: Many of these are several kinds of fishes, they mix together.
Male: This is browned up and—
Male: Wow! Interesting!
Male: This is one of the favorites.
Male: So, is this the spicy one?
Male: It seem like for me is nothing.
Male: Yup, done. Its not hard enough.
Male: So, how much was this?
Male: Only 10 Hong Kong dollar.
Male: 10 Hong Kong dollars?
Male: Because I cannot order just in half, spicy half so I get the two orders.
Male: So, normally, it would be five Hong Kong dollars.
Male: Yeah, that’s right.
Male: That’s pretty cheap for a snack.
Male: Now, see they’re coming out from school. They are not so wealthy person, they only spend a small amount of money to buy something to eat just like cakes or some meat, fish ball. It’s easier then if you’re hungry.