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Sportful Garden is just a small part of a massive whole. The Fulum Group, which owns the restaurant, have locations all over Hong Kong, a network of prandial palaces that allow them to spread their superb example of Chinese cooking across the city. Sportful Garden is the dim sum wing of the company, bringing steamed, fried and baked classics of Cantonese cuisine to the streets of Hong Kong. If you’re in Tsim Sha Tsui – particularly around the iSQUARE shopping centre on Nathan Road, just a short walk from the MTR station – then head on in and let them cart over food until you’re as stuffed as the bao themselves. Remember to book a table, though, as they do get crowded on occasion.
國際廣場陶源分店的指定招牌菜有「冰燒三層肉」。(Roasted Streaky Pork)
With the money I spent, it was disappointed. Won’t go again
Reasonable price and food quality is good. Most important is not time limitation and not crowded.
Dim Sum is one of the most popular ways to enjoy Chinese food, with tiny morsels that can be spread across a large group to ensure that everyone gets a little bit of what they want, without anyone going without. At Sportful Garden in the iSQUARE shopping centre in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, can be proudly claim to be some of the best dim sum in Hong Kong, with a range of steamed, fried, poached and baked favourites to be enjoyed. Take a trip out to Nathan Road, straight outside the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station – and peruse the options that are to be found at Sportful Garden. Their decor is decadent – pure white tone, floor-to-ceiling glass and panoramic views of Hong Kong harbour – and the menu is spectacular, so let us talk you through a bit of it.
The food, then, and the diversity of ways that Chinese food can be delivered to your table at Sportful Garden is extensive to say the least. There are pork, chicken, beef and duck for meat-eaters and beancurd, vegetables, eggs, seafood and taro for veggies, and they can be steamed, deep or shallow fried, roasted or baked, marinated and sliced and just about any other method that you can think of to cook Chinese food. Take a trip to Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, for one of the best dim sum restaurants in Hong Kong in the form of Sportful Garden in the iSQUARE shopping centre: just make sure that you book your table in advance to avoid disappointment, as they do fill up.