Hong Kong’s dai pai dongs — the dingy open-air food stalls that serve some of the city’s best street food — are a dying trade. But the few stalls in operation are still very popular with locals. Like Yue Hing Coffee, a dai pai dong in a Central district alley which serves sandwiches with beverages like nai cha (Hong Kong-style milk tea). Customers savour their food while sitting on upturned pails that function as stools.

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