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The Hong Kong dining scene is as diverse as the city itself: from the Korean BBQ joints to the countless sushi spots, to the Western and American canteens and the curry houses. One cuisine stands above all others though, and understandably, given the proximity, that cuisine is Chinese. Down in Causeway Bay, on Jardine’s Bazaar, they have a restaurant that is as good as any that you are likely to find. At Tai Pai Tong, they offer hot-pot in the Hong Kong style, as well as all the fresh seafood, grill specialities and tasting menus that are the envy of the district. If you’re in that part of – visiting Victoria Park, for example, or arriving at Causeway Bay train station – you could do far worse than a trip to Tai Pai Tong. Book a table ahead of time though, as they can get very busy, especially on weekends and in the evening.
Flexibility and wonderful services, I have taken the lunch with daugther and my daugther would like to order the all day breakfast which is her favor, but afternoon tea will start at 14:30pm, so I ordered my lunch at 13:45pm and at the same time they also prepare my daugther order, it is really make us happy, so, based on this sttitude and services, I like this resturant very much. Therefore surely wills come again.
Price increased since last visit. Food quality remains more or less the same. Service quality decreased a bit. Less enjoyable than last time. Also, too hot when queuing for lift.