Hong Kong Restaurants
Newest addition to the Tim Ho Wan empire, the THW located within the city airport express Hong Kong station is likely the most convenient quality restaurant for ordering take out dim sum for an upcoming flight. The lines here is just as long as the original outfit. There is not much ambiance to speak of here, nor is the service ...Popular withFoodiesFamiliesBudget
- 72 reviews
If you visited the restaurant during lunch time, you could experience the old style of Hong Kong tea house and some traditional dim sum which could not be found in many tea house nowadays. Don't go if you look for good service and decent environment. This restaurant serve a very nice traditional duck dish and some other old style Canton ...
Loyal Dining serves both Hong Kong style western foods and traditional Hong Kong style Chinese cuisine. In fact, the Chinese name of Loyal Dining direct translates to "coming from the west" which already tells us the type of they serve. The ambiance and decor is very retro chic and the service friend. The best part about this restaurant is that ...
- 91 review
This amazing little place serves dim sum at all hours. The quality is very good and the atmosphere is pleasant. The menu includes detailed English descriptions. A great place for non-Cantonese speaking visitors to explore the real thing. Xiao Long Bao (soup dumplings) are a bit tricky and they are the way I judge dim sum places. These guys do ...Popular withLocalFoodies
Song Cha Xie is located inside of Nan Lian Garden, which is a 5 min walk from Diamond Hill station on the MTR. It is a tea house that serves traditional Chinese tea in the traditional style along with dim sums. It is a bit expensive, but it you are finding a quiet place for quality time, this is a ...Popular withLocalFoodiesLuxury
You're on a boat! Yes, it's exactly like that Andy Samberg song, it's kitschy but cool because regardless of how popular it is, it's still pretty awesome, for a reason, it's floating. From inside the boat the view of the small fishing village is lush and green on the other side. The food is pretty good too, but not the ...
- 151 review
Tucked away in a passage between the waterfront and Stanley Market this is a nice casual place to go for Sunday dim sum. Dark, wooden, rustic interior. Mix of local and expat patrons. The dim sum is freshly made and arrives steaming hot at the table. A nice place to go when it's too hot at the Waterfront or on ...