This Happy Valley restaurant is a real Hong Kong institution, serving a variety of fresh and delicious dim sums at affordable prices and in a reasonably pleasant setting.
The small eatery does not stand out for its interior décor, which boasts wood wall-panels and retro-style ceiling fans that makes it look more like a cheap café, or bistro, than like a Chinese eatery, but the food is nonetheless fantastic, and there is an English dim-sum menu, so you won't have to beg for assistance…
The Shrimp dumplings are possibly the restaurant's most recommended: Quite large, and with fresh shrimp. Pork buns are also great: Stuffed with a mix of pork and vegetables, and so are the Rice-paper rolls.
Service is efficient and the orders come quickly, although the waiters are somewhat smileless (but that is typical to Hong Kong's old generation of waiters, so there is no reason to be worried or offended…)
Prices are quite moderate: HK$ 150 should be sufficient for a nice meal.
Open daily for lunch (from around 11am) and dinner (till almost 11pm)
63 Sing Woo Road, Happy Valley (near Causeway Bay – You can take the tram to Happey Valley Terminus and walk from there).
Phone: 2834 8893 (try to book ahead if you can, as the restaurant is not very big, and can be full).