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Surprise, surprise, as you enter this secluded, cosy restaurant on Woosung Street you’ll most likely spot several crowds of diners huddled around steamy pots of seafood-laden Cantonese hotpot. With Temple Street Night Market just around the corner from this restaurant in Yau Ma Tei, though, the standard of Hong Kong’s favourite Chinese dish has to be high in order to compete – and that’s why Sau Gor Fish Pot is still going strong. It’s one of most reliable and affordable options for hotpot in northern Kowloon, but if you take time to explore the menu you’ll see a staggering selection of other Chinese specialties, from crispy rice cakes to springy soups and skewers of tender meat. It’s a great place for group events and special occasions, but given its price and popularity it fills up quickly so be sure to book well ahead!
Me and my old friend dined at this restaurant in The The Drunken Pot - Causeway Bay - on October 2017. Many thing we actually enjoyed!
Me and my old friend dined at this restaurant in Sau Gor Fish Pot - Yau Ma Tei on 22nd October 2017. Many thing we actually enjoyed!
Me and my old friend dined at this restaurant in Sau Gor Fish Pot (Yau Ma Tei) on October 2017 , at night. Many thing we actually enjoyed!