About Sportful Garden Restaurant - Hung Hom 陶源酒家 - 红磡
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Dim Sum in Hong Kong is about as good as it gets anywhere, and if you’re looking for the best in Chinese – specifically Cantonese – cuisine in the city, then you need to be heading down to Sportful Garden. They have locations all over Hong Kong, and if you’re in Hung Hom, then the closest outlet to you is on Shung King Street, inside the Whampoa Gardens area. They offer all you could want from a Cantonese restaurant, with a top-notch menu, served in a stylish and contemporary environment. Book a table for you and your mates and head on out to Sportful Garden in Hung Hom for a meal to remember.
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When you’re choosing a city to visit for Chinese food, you can do a lot worse than Hong Kong. If your preferences within the Chinese culinary canon tend towards Cantonese cuisine, then you’re in luck when you head to Hung Hom and Sportful Garden. The chain has been around since 2002, and they’ve learnt a thing or two about serving up Sino specialities in their time: take a trip out to Shung King Street – inside Whampoa Gardens – to try a few of them out for yourself. Book a table, though, as they have been known to get somewhat crowded on occasion, despite their continental-style layout and their elegant decor.
The house signature at Sportful Garden is a Cantonese classic. They serve up some of the best dim sum in Hong Kong from their outlet inside the Whampoa Gardens on Shung King Street in Hung Hom, with favourites like dumplings – pork, mushroom, vegetable, the lot – offered up alongside a few more extravagant and unusual dishes. The adventurous among us can try the duck tongue with jellyfish, or the pork trotters, or even the chicken feet, served with either barbecue or an abalone sauce. Make the most of this dim sum palace in Hung Hom by reserving a table and setting course for Sportful Gardens to enjoy Chinese food in Hong Kong.