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Yung Kee is an extremely popular, renowned and prized Cantonese restaurant, which serves the best Roast Goose in Hong Kong, if not in the whole world... Other than the famous goose, they serve a wide variety of splendid Cantonese cuisine
This splendid restaurant specializes in contemporary Cantonese cuisine with an emphasize on fresh seafood. The place is beautifully designed in an elegant-modern style, combining western elements with Chinese motifs and arts. Big windows offer adorable harbor views and atmosphere is refined and elegant.
This chain of restaurants is extremely popular among local Hong Kongers and many of them would even go to the extend of ranking it as the best Cantonese cuisine in the territory.
Lei Garden is one of the best Chinese restaurant chains in Hong Kong and serves some of the best Dim-Sum in the city, alongside a wide choice of creative dishes that combine flavors from China's various regions. The philosophy here is to produce innovative, top quality Chinese cuisine that combines flavors from all the regions of China.
This sumptuous restaurant specializes in traditional Cantonese cuisine with a contemporary touch, and is one of the only Michelin three-star Chinese restaurants on earth.
Hunan Garden is one of Hong Kong's most recognized institution for delicious Hunan cuisine.
This excellent restaurant is very popular among Central's white collars and businessmen, so you'll better book ahead if you plan to come here for lunch (dinner is less busy).
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...
This tiny private-kitchen restaurant serves some of the best traditional Cantonese cuisine in Hong Kong.
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...
Although its location is slightly out of the way for tourists, San Xi Lou serves fantastic Szechuan food that makes up for the extra five minutes walk...
Maxim's Palace City Hall is an extremely popular restaurant that serves some of the best dim-sum and dumplings in Hong Kong, in a real "old Hong Kong" setting, with white tablecloths, chandeliers, and authentic dim-sum trolleys…
Occupying the top three floors of the old Bank of China Building in Central, China Club is a 1930s Shanghai themed resto-club, that serves superb Chinese food in an ultra-pleasant ambience.