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Dragon-i

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Dragon-i

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Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong China
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CentralMass Transit Railway (MTR)6 min
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Located on the southern coast of China, Hong Kong is filled with skyscrapers and green spaces. It offers visitors everything imaginable: amazing food experiences like full afternoon teas and five-star dim sum, shopping in modern malls and bustling markets, rooftop bars, Cantonese opera, and even cat cafes!<br><br>The parks are peaceful sanctuaries from the modern city. Do tai chi in Victoria Gardens, listen to bird song in Yuen Po Bird Gardens, and look for statues of the 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac in Kowloon Walled City Park. Finally, a trip up the tram to Victoria’s Peak, 1,300 feet up, offers views not to be missed.<br><br>Visit the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, where a trek of 431 steps will reward you with more like 12,000 Buddhas and mischievous monkeys as well!<br><br>Whether you’re a shopaholic, foodie, hiker, meditator, or all of the above, Hong Kong is for you. Book one of our Hong Kong photographers and picture yourself in this small but mighty region!
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Sandor P wrote a review May 2020
Shenzhen, China14 contributions
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FIrst Chinese Dim Sum brunch, with around 23 dim sum selection, quality was good with very good service from one of the waitresses. Free alcohol flow was decent. What was missing from brunch arrangement, optional vegetable, congee and at least one fried rice and or noodles. I would not send this much money only dim sum, even they are delicious and I love them,
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Wilks69 wrote a review Jan 2020
Koh Kong, Cambodia64 contributions65 helpful votes
Great place this , it’s run very well wit fantastic service and great music . Good for that party fun atmosphere where you get looked after impeccably
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Date of experience: January 2020
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WorldCitizen wrote a review Nov 2019
Bangkok, Thailand24 contributions1 helpful vote
Revisited Dragon-i after many years and was happy to see that it is the same great club it was since it opened, attention to details and warm welcome made the evening one to remember
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Date of experience: December 2018
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aliyainbali wrote a review Oct 2019
Hong Kong, China2,228 contributions87 helpful votes
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It was all you can eat dim sum but with the extra veg and ice tea you end up paying almost twice as much. Make sure to ask what is included in the menu so there are no surprises. Service was attentive and friendly and lovely ambiance. Convenient location.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Robert L wrote a review Aug 2019
Hong Kong, China17 contributions29 helpful votes
Excellent and competent dim sum at a venue known primarily as a club--who knew? Our family was keen to have dim sum last Sunday, and wanted to do so at a place outside our usual circle of favourites (Mott 32, etc.). Upon reading positive reviews of the Dragon-i Sunday dim sum brunch, we were suprised to learn that Dragon-I operates a solid dim sum on Saturdays and Sundays. Based on positive review, we gave Dragon-I dim sum a try, and were delighted. The "all you can eat" dim sum was excellent (note to marketing: consider presenting this as "flat fee; order as you like" or some such, to avoid giving the impression of quantity over quality): dishes competently done, prepared fresh and served promptly. The wait staff was friendly and knowledgeable (esp. our waiter Adrian--thank you!), as was the duty manager Win Chung (also thank you!) Definitely worth giving this one a try, even if you the club-ish venue gives you pause. Their non-club team did a great job in food, service and presentation. Dragon-I dim sum is an under-appreciated gem in the otherwise overpriced morass of the north HK Island restaurant universe. We hope the management appreciate the excellent work and contribution of their weekend dim sum team.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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