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Hop Shing at 9 Chatham Square is a multi-generational charm. It is a modest place, but the food is the big draw. Whether it is dim sum, lunch, dinner or snack (see my pic of an egg custard tart!), this place is consistently satisfying.
I've been going to this restaurant since the 80's. Delicious home-cooked Chinese food and fast service at a great price. Great dim sum. It's crowded on weekends with Chinese families and savy caucasians alike but that's the best time to go. The carts come out...More
This is about as plain a place as one can find. When we walked in at 1pm on a Thursday the place was packed. One person was pushing a food cart. But there’s a dimsum menu one can choose from as well. That’s the worst!...More
If you want to be abused and called "gweilo" (ghost/ white person) with every other course, this is your place. However, the food is worth the cultural slights by the rude (underpaid) largely Cantonese staff.
Get there before 11AM weekends as the place fills up...More
Been going here for years. It's a good "middle of the road" with 95% local Chinese customers and various off-menu items and dim sum "to go."
There are no tablecloths, no tables for two people, the bathrooms are pretty gross with no paper towels, and...More
Synopsis: Staff too busy bull...g amongst themselves to hear and take customer's orders properly.
Was going to order in Cantonese, but I heard her speaking to her fellow workers in Taisanese so I switched. Told her fluently that I wanted six roasted pork buns and...More
*Pork buns were just $1.50 each and could conveniently be ordered to go at the counter, bakery style.
*No sauce needed for these pork buns, as the meat inside came sauced.
*Pork buns were decent, but they won’t blow you away.