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I am honestly astounded as to how this place has so many good reviews.
We waited 40 minutes to be seated. The place was packed, there were so many others waiting outside with us.
We ordered razor clams, tom yum, fried pork ribs and salt...More
Located on the second floor of a wet market, Tung Po makes you feel you are eating where locals eat. The restaurant is busy, funny and buzzing.
Fishes and crabs in tanks, somewhat stable round tables, plastic chairs, beer in bowls, waiters running all over...More
This place is super busy and buzzing! The food is good, perhaps not quite a 4/5 but the atmosphere (if you’re looking for the undiluted HK experience) makes it a 4/5.
Some have mentioned it’s over priced and I would agree the dishes are not...More
Headed in with two young children. Excellent food, staff efficient, great atmosphere. Sweet & Sour Pork amazing as was the deep fried calamari. A must if in Hong Kong! Servings are large so factor into ordering.
Anyone looking for a quiet dinner, stay away. For those looking for a hyperlocal experience, this is it!
Located on the 2nd floor of a wet market, Tung Po makes you feel like you're eating where the locals eat. The place is basic, with plastic...More
Our driver recommended this place to us as a great Chinese food place in Hong Kong. He was incredibly right, we had a great time, very warm welcome, waiter and service were great. And it’s great simple chinese food, a wonderful experience. Definitively a place...More
I’ve reviewed this place before but sadly have to report that it has gone downhill And overrated. The food is still good but prices are very expensive. They even want to charge us $30 for tea! Other restaurant charges for tea but a high quality...More
This place is a riot - came with a big group of friends and we were seated pretty quickly. There were a few groups of (drunk) adults having a great time playing music and singing along. The food was very good, felt like home-grown Chinese,...More
This placed was featured 3 times by the late Anthony Bourdain and is definitely worth visiting. A couple of items to note:
- You can make reservations. Our hotel made them and told us not to be late;
- Ask the hotel for instructions as...More