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Dim Sum Restaurants in Hong Kong

 The dim sum restaurants of Hong Kong

In Hong Kong, the savoury bite-sized goodies known as dim sum aren't just a regular part of the everyday diet; they're a lifestyle that influences the way people pass their time and interact. No wonder then, that some of the best specialist restaurants in the world are packed into the city's teeming streets, skyscrapers and side-alleys. From low-key tea houses to glitzy Michelin-starred establishments with award-winning chefs, there's a stunning range of choice. Have your chopsticks at the ready as Quandoo steers you towards the finest dim sum restaurants in Hong Kong.

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    Some popular dim sum dishes available in Hong Kong restaurants

    Most dim sum restaurants in Hong Kong have English menus, but the sheer variety of options can still be bewildering. A hardy standby of Cantonese cuisine, sīu máai are steamed pork and prawn dumplings which often come topped with mushroom and crab roe. Chāsīu bāau have a distinctively fluffy texture and are an absolute delight with their barbecued pork fillings. Another must-have are síu lùhng bāau – delicate parcels of goodness with a delicious centre of minced pork and rich broth.
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    Authentic Hong Kong dim sum restaurants

    Some of the best dim sum restaurants in Hong Kong are unassuming places where the emphasis is on great food rather than fancy décor. They also tend to be frantically busy day and night. At first glance, it can seem like a free-for-all as customers hover for seats and the staff rush about with teetering towers of bamboo boxes, but you'll soon get used to it and even come to love it as part of an authentic yum cha, as a meal of dim sum with tea is called. Browse Quandoo for Hong Kong restaurants that provide the full dim sum experience and reserve ahead to be guaranteed a table when you arrive.
  3. 3.

    Traditional and modern dim sum restaurants in Hong Kong

    If you'd prefer a quieter and more refined ambience, there's also no shortage of Hong Kong dim sum restaurants that offer sophisticated fine dining. Many combine menus of beloved classics with lavish traditional Chinese décor featuring gilt woodwork, rich fabrics and waiting staff in colourful native garb. But there are also places that favour a more chic, contemporary style, and it is at these restaurants where you can expect dishes with a modern twist as well as exciting new blends of ingredients.