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Hong Kong is hardly lacking in restaurants: from dim sum destinations to hot pot palaces, from sushi bars to Korean BBQ and onto the pizzerias, brasseries and pubs that make up the Western-style establishments of the city. The Chinese and Cantonese dining scene is always going to be the strongest string in the culinary bow, and on Apliu Street in Sham Shui Po, there is a restaurant that is up there with the very best of them in the form of Shabu Shabu. They offer delicacies from all over China, with meat dishes, fresh fish and seafood, hearty stews with noodles and egg as well as plenty of regional and seasonally-changing specialities. Take a trip out to Apliu Street – that’ll be either Sham Shui Po or Prince Edward on the MRT – and book a table for a Chinese meal that is the equal of any in Hong Kong.