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Hong Kong - Wanchai / Admiralty - Chinese - different regions

This simple Chinese eatery is well-known for its Curry pork chop with rice and its Stir-fried flat rice vermicelli with beef .
Housed within at the architecturally impressive Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, this award-winning restaurant (Michelin featured)serves some of the best Cantonese cuisine in Wanchai area, if not in the whole of Hong Kong. The place is beautifully designed in an elegant way and the huge, floor to ceiling windows offer stunning harbor views.
This excellent restaurant specializes in Cantonese cuisine and is well-known for its splendid Dim-sums, considered to be among the best in Hong Kong.
This well-known restaurant serves excellent Cantonese cuisine in a pleasant environment. The fairly spacious dinning hall is bright and elegantly designed, using mainly light colors of cream and beige, and without any unnecessary kitsch...
Located within The Museum of Tea Ware, in the magnificent Hong Kong Park, this lovely teashop provides more than 100 kinds of tea, as well as a good selection of delicious vegetarian dim-sums...
This restaurant serves some of the best Chiu Chow cuisine in Hong Kong.
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...
Fook Lam Moon is another Hong Kong culinary legend. Using top quality ingredients is what this restaurant is best known for and, indeed, their "unique dishes" are considered among the best in Hong Kong... Especially the Shark's fin and the Abalone...
Michelin-featured 'Fu Sing' serves some outstanding dim sum and Cantonese fare in an elegant and hushed environment, and are said to have the best BBQ Pork all over Hong Kong.
Victoria Harbour serves some of the most delicious dim sum specialties in Hong Kong, in a nice surroundings and at a reasonable price...
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...)
Don't be mistaken by the name: Although this small place does serve a great selection of exotic and scrumptious desserts, it specializes in modern Asian fusion cuisine.
As far as breathtaking views are concerned, Hong Kong's only revolving restaurant definitely lives up to the expectations...
For authentic, delicious Shanghainese food, hardly anyone can beat good old Hong Kong Lao Shang Hai... They have been around for who knows how many years and are still as good and popular as ever...
Located at the lobby level of the swanky Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, Grand Café offers informal all-day dining in a fairly stylish and pleasant surroundings, and currently boasts what must be one of Hong Kong's best dinner buffets.
Liu Yuan Pavilion serves top notch authentic Shanghainese fare in an elegant surroundings that does not resemble the average Chinese eatery...
Imagine a restaurant where the chairs are actually toilets, and brownish stews and hotpots are served to the table in bidet looking dishes... Sounds appetizing? Apparently some people think it does... at least as a one off 'gimmick' experience...