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This is like a little hole-in-the-wall restaurant with fantastic food. There were six of us and my frined and i purchased three types of Dim Sum and shared. The portions were good and so was the service, although we did need our Tour guide to...More
There’s two types of dim sum places in HK . The type in a very local traditional setting that serves average dim sum . And there’s those that serves good dim sum but in a more restaurant like setting . This place is more the...More
As said by many others, small space but the staff was efficient. They aren’t there for small talk, just service as there’s only 2-3 to take care of all the tables.
Selections and quality were very good, nothing over the top, place wasn’t sparkling clean...More
Came here after the rugby, it was prettyIs busy so we’re lucky to get a table. We loved the fact you could order lots of small dishes, wontons, dumplings, curry and my personal favourite; pork buns. The jasmine tea was also a nice touch. Went...More
Very busy, we had to queue and then share a table. Ordering was easy. we particularly enjoyed the steamed pork buns. The fact that the spring rolls contained marie-rose sauce took us by surprise. We had an enjoyable meal and a very reasonable bill.
Tried this based on a TA recommendation and we weren’t disappointed. Very good dim sum at reasonable, for Hong Kong, prices. Service is a bit manic and tables are squashed together but that all adds to the overall experience.
This place had been friends recommendation for sometime. It was only recently that we got to try the Wanchi branch. Its menu is quite a read. The options make the choices quite difficult so we decided to stick to the familiar. Now we understand why...More
Wan Chai and Causeway Bay are the retail centers of Hong Kong Island. Filled with shops, malls and restaurants, both areas are bustling with people – tourists and locals alike. Causeway Bay has one of the highest rents on the planet, and is a bit more polished and modern than its Wan Chai counterpart. Beneath the surface there is more than meets the eye – find boutique stores in the above ground floors of
buildings and wander into side streets to find interesting restaurants and shops tucked away from the main roads. Wan Chai especially has experienced a modern revival in recent times, with an influx of trendy restaurants and bars around the Star Street area. In addition, both areas contain many of Hong Kong’s iconic tourist attractions worthy of your visit.