There’s an endless list of quality Cantonese restaurants in Hong Kong and few of them will break the bank, Tsui Hang Village gets the nod because of its friendliness to first-time visitors. Cantonese cuisine restaurants in Hong Kong can be somewhat overwhelming, usually a chaotic clatter of dishes, chopsticks and Cantonese. Tsui Hang Village is all of those things. In fact, with seats for 400, Dim Sum lunches can look like a riot, but the staff are adept at both getting you to your seat and walking you through the selection. The menu is an encyclopedic choice of Cantonese classics, from snack-sized Dim Sum to the more controversial Shark Fin soup.
Address88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong
Phone+852 2537 4682
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