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Hong Kong - Central - Authentic eateries

This well-known establishment is, probably, one of Hong Kong's best teahouses, serving a rich selection of delicious dim sum, alongside superb Chinese tea...
This simple restaurant serves a great variety of delicious dumplings and dim sum, as well as other Cantonese dishes. Prices are fairly low and the place is open daily, from morning till evening.
If you feel like a true, authentic Hong Kong style 'yum cha' experience than the good-old Lin Heung is a good choice... Do not expect to find elegance or romantic ambience here... It is just a simple place that has been serving scrumptious Dim sums and excellent Cantonese cuisine for years, at very good prices...
This simple Cantonese restaurant makes some of the best Won-ton in Hong Kong. Their food is great and the prices are very low... During lunch time the place is usually packed so you'll better avoid it...
This simple place serves very good Cantonese seafood dishes. If you love lobsters than you should seriously consider it.
This eatery is famous for its excellent Won ton noodle dishes (some would say, the best in Hong Kong...)
Dumpling Yuan is a nice, simple eatery that specializes, as its name suggests, in delicious dumplings. It also offers some other nice dishes, mostly from the cuisine of Beijing.
As its name denotes, this small and simple restaurant specializes in delicious curries and it does have a wide selection of them. The price is reasonable, service is friendly and the little place is usually packed during lunch time.
Almost hidden on little Gough Street, this small and humble corner shop has long established itself as one of Hong Kong's top culinary icons, thanks to its legendary Beef Brisket, which keeps on drawing customers from far and wide...
For delicious Cantonese noodle, hardly anyone can compete with good-old Wong Chi Kee. The founder of this eatery, Wong Wun Chi, learned the secrets of noodles-making from a master in Canton, back in the 1940s and opened his humble restaurant in Macau almost 50 years ago...
For a true Hong Kong style Cha Chaan Teng (teahouse-café), hardly anyone can beat this 50 years old institution...
Honolulu is another Hong Kong icon... This 1950s style Cha Chaan Teng (Hong Kong style teahouse-café) has been around for yonks, and many Hong Kongers have happy childhood memories from here...
Although this old eatery looks a bit shabby and rundown, it is still considered as one of the best places for Chiu Chow food in Hong Kong and is frequented by local celebs, politicians, businessmen and curious visitors...
This large and always busy restaurant can be described as something between a cha chaan teng (Hong Kong style teahouse-café) and a western diner, and although there is nothing 'atmospheric' about it, the food is quite good, the portions are fairly large and the prices are reasonable...
Praised as the world's cheapest one-Michelin-star restaurant, Tim Ho Wan is certainly one of the best places in Hong Kong to enjoy sensationally tasty dim sum at unbelievably affordable prices.