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Hong Kong - Sheung Wan

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.
This simple place serves very good Cantonese seafood dishes. If you love lobsters than you should seriously consider it.
If you wish to try good, authentic congees, this is probably one of the best places to go to... This simple Chinese eatery has nothing in the way of glitzy design or elegant ambience but it serves some excellent congees at a very affordable price...
Malay mama is a simple eatery that serves good Malay and Singaporean food, including a decent selection of Laksa and other noodle dishes...
This excellent teahouse has been serving delicious Dim-sum and traditional Chinese tea for God knows how many years and is still as good and popular as it has always been...
Ho Choi is an excellent Chinese restaurant, specializing in Cantonese cuisine with an emphasize on seafood and dim-sum
Po Lin Yuen is one of the only vegetarian restaurants in Sheung Wan area, serving excellent Cantonese food and a great variety too...
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...
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...
As its name denotes, this smallish SoHo café specializes in soup... Hearty, wholesome soups that are both creative and scrumptious are served together with freshly baked breads
This bustling eatery is the new offshoot of Lin Heung Tea House, one of Hong Kong's most reputable "yum cha" joints.