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Hong Kong - Wanchai / Admiralty - Authentic eateries

This simple eatery serves some excellent Cantonese and Chinese BBQ dishes. It's always busy so you are likely to queue for a while and, possibly, to share a table with others...
Prawn noodle shop is a very popular southeast Asian food joint and, as its name suggests, this small and excellent eatery specializes mainly in Prawn noodle soup...
This restaurant serves excellent, inexpensive Chinese seafood dishes (mostly Cantonese cuisine). Not much in the way of décor or special atmosphere... Just a good, simple eatery.
This simple Chinese eatery is well-known for its Curry pork chop with rice and its Stir-fried flat rice vermicelli with beef .
Prawn noodle shop is a very popular southeast Asian food joint and, as its name suggests, the small, excellent eatery specializes mainly in Prawn noodle soup
Fantastic Chiu Chow style noodle-dishes are the main draw here... Fish-Ball, Beef-Ball, Squid Ball, Beef Brisket... you name it... All are really delicious and come in a fabulous broth... Deep Fried Fish Skin is also worth a try.
This Wanchai culinary institution has been serving delicious dim sum for the last 60 years or so, and is still as good and as popular as ever before...
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...
This small restaurant specializes in hearty homemade noodles, and is best known for its Braised beef noodles (which, some would say, are the best in Hong Kong...)
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.