The Manager shouted to my family! My two infant boys were so afraid! He almost wanted to hit me! I realised it was a HK horse racing day! I told him that we were just dinners and customers and my two boys were crying! His...More
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Had a lovely lunch meal with a group of friends and we all enjoyed with an affordable amount for lunch.
We had dim sum in this place and it was outstanding and the best part, we were the only foreigners. Always love to discover places where locals go. Waiters do understand English, so no problem with ordering food
This is one of the older established restaurants of Hong Kong that has established a name among locals, and I had counted myself as a customer. But new restaurants arrive and old ones faded. On returning to this one after a long time I found...More
Good old style yum cha which was full of flavour and taste. Twice as good as Din Tai Fung up the road and half the price. Really appreciate the local feel but not much in the English language Skills.. But your there for the food..
Causeway Bay Fung Shing was the WORST restaurant we went to on our visit to HK. Chicken was greasy, soup was tasteless, veggies were tough. The bill was expensive in comparison to many other much better eateries in the area. Try Fung Shing in North...More
First night in HK and we didn't know where to eat. Husband suggested this place after searching Google and decided to try it. We were seated right away. It was very busy and loud which usually means it's really good. There was a bit of...More
We dropped in to Fung Shing on Leighton's Road at short notice for a quick dinner. Service was reasonable and quick. Variety and quality of food was above average. Reasonable prices for its location (just a short walk from Times Square). It's a bustling restaurant...More
With a history of more than 50 years, Fung Shing Restaurant is renowned for its authentic Shun Tak (a county in Guangdong Province) dishes such as Tai Leung Fried Milk and Crispy Fried Chicken. We were not used to eating fried milk, so didn't enjoy...More
Very local HK styled Teahouse (restaurant) serving DimSum and other local dishes. Had breakfasts and lunch here as my hotel package does not include bf. Value for money and delicious. Portions can be big, a single serving can serve 2 easily, so dont get too...More