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Old 29th May 2010, 08:55 AM
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Originally Posted by ll_angel86 View Post
Yeah, I would like to know of nice places to eat in HK that won't break my budget too. Looks like most places are very expensive. But I do agree that dim sum is good!

you have to go to small restaurant than going to large chinese restaurant to eat in HK. try their roast goose/duck/pork or their soy chicken its great!

its hard to post a link bec the restaurants dont have website and mostly u dont remember their english names, u just remember the location.

they have famous fastfood chains Cafe de Coral, Fairwood and Maxim, hmm maybe its not super good but its acceptable if u have trouble finding a restaurant
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Old 4th June 2010, 02:23 PM
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Well Hong Kong is more like a heaven for food lovers. Though Chinese, Indian Southeast Asian, western and as well as Hawker food can easily be found anywhere in the city but I found DIM SUM the most delicious dish. Its name is included in the list of most popular dishes in a Hong Kong meal. It is cooked up of glutinous rice, meat of seafish, fluffy buns and glutinous rice etc. Well you can find Dim Sum in any local restaurant but the taste vary with the hotel standard
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Old 23rd June 2010, 09:06 AM
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Hey there ,
you can try eating at Busy Suzie Robatayaki and Bar.Traditionally robatayaki, or Japanese barbecue, would be cooked in a large charcoal pit. The diners would sit in a circle around the pit and the chefs would pass the orders to customers on the oar of a fishing boat.Its really quite an enjoyable experience!
Shop 209, 1881 Heritage
2A Canton Road
(entrance on Salisbury Road)
Tsim Sha Tsui

Also, you may want to consider making reservations early for Hutong, on the 28th floor of an office building at 1 Peking Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui (tel. 852/3428 8342). This place is as hip as a Chinese restaurant can be, with fantastic views over Hong Kong, a darkened interior with splashes of red lighting and silhouetted birdcages, and innovative northern Chinese cuisine. Dine here and you may never want to leave Hong Kong -- if only to see what could possibly top this dramatic venue; this being Hong Kong, something eventually will.

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Old 8th June 2011, 03:43 AM
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O yeah busy suzie is quiet good, but kind of expensive too
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