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Block 13 Beef Offal

Arguably the best-known offal stew vendor in town, Block 13 offers the humble ngau jap, one of the city's favorite street-side delicacies.
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1 Shu Kuk Street, North Point, Hong Kong


The Overview

With its enticing spices and interesting textures, the humble ngau jap, or beef offal stew, remains one of the city's favorite street-side delicacies. Typical parts on offer include rich and melt-in-your-mouth pancreas, chewy intestines and stomachs, and spongy lungs. Mustard is usually added for an extra kick. Block 13 is arguably the best-known offal stew vendor in town. Fresh offal arrives daily and undergoes 10 hours of hand-cleaning, drying and stewing before being sold. The flavorful gravy—the essence of the stew—is made with more than 20 spices and sauces and constantly replenished to retain its richness.

 

Published on Jul 19, 2011

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