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9 Restaurants in Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong

Sham Shui Po's restaurants

As well as having plenty of restaurants, Sham Shui Po is famous as one of Hong Kong's top retail destinations. The street market on Aplui Street is the place to find electronic gadgets, while the area's designer boutiques are a hub for fashionistas. To fuel up for all this shopping, Sham Shui Po has restaurants offering both home-grown and cosmopolitan cuisine. Whether you fancy a curry, some dim sum or a juicy steak, Quandoo can land you a table in the perfect local dining spot.

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Pomme Oyster Bar

Sham Shui Po
Western$$$$
5.0/61
Pomme Oyster Bar

5enses Korean BBQ restaurant - Sham Shui Po

Sham Shui Po
Korean$$$$
5enses Korean BBQ restaurant - Sham Shui Po

Shabu Shabu 沙煲仔

Sham Shui Po
Chinese$$$$
Shabu Shabu 沙煲仔
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Wohoho Hotpot 鍋呵呵

Sham Shui Po
Hotpot$$$$
Wohoho Hotpot 鍋呵呵

Kashmir Curry House - Alibaba 喀什米爾咖哩屋 阿里巴巴薄餅

Sham Shui Po
Pakistani$$$$
Kashmir Curry House - Alibaba 喀什米爾咖哩屋 阿里巴巴薄餅

Kashmir Curry House - Sham Shui Po 喀什米爾咖喱屋

Sham Shui Po
Indian$$$$
Kashmir Curry House - Sham Shui Po 喀什米爾咖喱屋

Mantanghong Supreme Hotpot - Sham Shui Po

Sham Shui Po
Hotpot$$$$
Mantanghong Supreme Hotpot - Sham Shui Po

Cafe Charm's - Sham Shui Po

Sham Shui Po
Cake & Coffee$$$$
4.5/68
Cafe Charm's - Sham Shui Po

小肥鵝火鍋料理 Little Fat Goose Hotpot

Sham Shui Po
Chinese
小肥鵝火鍋料理 Little Fat Goose Hotpot
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    Dining out in the restaurants of Sham Shui Po

    If you're in the mood for European cuisine, there are a number of restaurants in Sham Shui Po that should fit the bill nicely. Pomme on Hai Tan Street offers platters of French oysters alongside a range of other choice seafood. Then there are venues like Cafe Charm's on Yen Chow Street, doing a roaring trade in all day breakfasts and and Wagyu burgers. But the area also has no lack of traditional Chinese eateries such as Wohoho on Pei He Street, where you can enjoy timeless Cantonese and Szechuan hotpots laden with tasty ingredients.