Hong Kong has brought together a variety of delicious food from around the world. Restaurants in all different tastes are opened all over the streets and more are opened in the lively places, such as Mong Kok, Causeway Bay, East Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon City, etc. Full of Asian style restaurants spread throughout Hong Kong. Here, you can find countless specialty like spicy Thai soup, fragrant Indian curry, plump Korean barbecue, fresh Vietnamese salad roll, etc. Chinese food restaurants in Hong Kong will offer you local delicacies from all over China, including Canton Cuisine, Hunan cuisine, Sichuan Cuisine, Beijing cuisine and Shanghai dishes, as well as vegetarian dishes. Top China Travel has listed some famous restaurant in Hong Kong for your reference, hence, you can have a good choice for your dining place during your Hong Kong Tours.
Yung Kee Hong Kong
Address: 32 – 40 Wellington Street, Central
Signature Dishes: Roast goose, Dim Sum
Yung Kee, as one of Hong Kong's most famous restaurants, is renowned for its roast meats, particularly roast goose. Although the restaurant is generally noted for its dinner selections, it also serves up some excellent Dim Sum. It has a famous vetting process for chefs, and the chefs exhausting training is apparent in the quality of the food. The atmosphere is exactly as you'd expect in a Hong Kong Dim Sum restaurant, manic, diners descend on Yung Kee at lunch time and the noise and action is all part of the Dim Sum experience.
Yung Kee Restaurant - More than half a century ago, it was a modest cooked food stall in Kwong Yuen West Street. Its founder, Mr. Kam Shui Fai was renowned for his Roast Goose. So even tourists and crewmen flocked in groups to savour the specialty from Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Terminal.
Tsui Hang Village
Address: 2nd Floor, New World Tower, 16-18 Queens Road, Central.
Signature Dishes: Dim-sum, Honey Glazed Barbecued Pork, Crispy Chicken with Green Onion, etc.
Tsui Hang, with a lot of branch restaurants in both Hong Kong and in Guangzhou, has regional experience in it's delivery of Dim Sum and it shows. Tasty Dim Sum is delivered inside a traditional Chinese interior and by servers equally decked out in customary costume. Tsui Hang also delivers Dim Sum at very equitable prices.
This restaurant offers an ideal experience for traditional Cantonese cuisine. With branches in Tsim Sha Tsui, Central and a members-only club at Sai Kung, diners come to Tsui Hang Village Restaurant for home-style Cantonese cooking, luncheons and the best dim sum. The extensive menu has offerings to delight every palate, but you shouldn't miss the Braised Shark's Fin with Shredded Chicken Soup in Casserole, Honey Glazed Barbecued Pork, Crispy Chicken with Green Onion, and Double-boiled Superior Bird's Nest with Crystal Sugar.
Address: IFC Tower 2, 2nd Floor, Central
Signature Dishes: Cantonese cuisine
Some of the tastiest Dim Sum in the city, served up by Hong Kong's most talented Dim Sum chefs. If you are looking for a traditional setting, you'll want to look elsewhere; Cuisine Cuisine has a sublimely modern interior inside Hong Kong's biggest skyscraper. It offers unbeatable views over the harbor. Here, the cuisine takes a fashionable location, contemporary elegant décor and stunning harbour view, and mixes it up with a surprising combination of traditional and nouvelle Cantonese cuisine. Staff are proficient in English, as well as Mandarin.
Cuisine Cuisine has been recommended in the Michelin Guide for Hong Kong and Macau 2009, and has also received a Dining with Stars award in 2008, acknowledging the restaurant as one of Hong Kong's 50 finest restaurants.
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