Instead of taquitos, hot dogs, mini tacos, chicken tenders, and sausage rollers, this hot food section includes steamed buns, noodles, fish balls, fish cakes, rice noodle rolls, and soup.
Meals to go
7-Eleven-branded prepared foods include chicken legs (flavored with honey, sweet soy sauce, and black pepper), duck tongue, dumplings, rice dishes, noodle dishes, sandwiches, and more. One of my friends in Hong Kong said the sandwiches are terrible, but some of the other prepared foods are decent. Overall though, she recommends the hot foods over these.
The almighty cheap and easy meal.
Everything Vitasoy, sweet lemon tea, sweet chrysanthemum tea, green tea, juices, energy drinks (that's a whole lotta Lucozade), and water.
Lots of little milk cartons, yogurt cups, and yogurt drinks.
Get a hot canned coffee or boxed tea or soy milk.
Hot soy milk
This heated bin was just for bottles of soy milk.
Beer and cakes
A refrigerator case of beer next to shelves full of sweet buns and cakes.
Need some cheap wine for a party? Head to 7-Eleven!
Chips and cookies
Potato chips, shrimp chips, ramen snacks, nuts, Pocky, Pretz, Oreo wafer cookies, and more.
More nuts and chips along with giant boxes of Meltykiss, Meiji Almond, and Lindt chocolates meant for gift-giving or entertaining purposes (or one person who's really, really hungry). They're on the shelves year-round, but they're more prominent during Chinese New Year.
Lots of Frutips, Puccho, milk-flavored candies, Hi-Chew, and Sugus.
Lots of gum, some chocolate snacks, and more big boxes of sweets.
When you need a Hello Kitty tote bag, Toy Story-themed mobile phone strap, or coin bank shaped like a gold ingot, 7-Eleven is there for you.
'Sweet Delights' campaign
Earn a gajillion stamps and maybe you could collect them all!
This is a pretty small but common sized 7-Eleven.
Newspapers and capsule toys
If there's space outside the store, there may be a newspaper rack and a few Japanese capsule toy machines.