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Sportful Garden is a name known all over Hong Kong, and it doesn’t take much detective work to find out why. They’ve been flying the flag for great dim sum in Hong Kong for years, and their selection continues to be considered up there with the very best to be found anywhere: they fry, steam, poach, bake and roast just about anything, from meaty favourites to seafood and veggie options. Their location down in Kwun Tong 陶源酒家 - 觀塘 – on Hoi Yuen Road, close to Kwun Tong Plaza and the MRT station – is a must-visit for those who love the finest in Chinese and Cantonese cooking. Book a table now at Sportful Garden Kwun Tong 陶源酒家 - 觀塘 and head on over.
觀塘分店招牌菜式有「百里香雪花牛肋排」。(Marble Steak with Thyme)
There are dim sum joints and there are dim sum joints. If you’re an aficionado, then you know what constitutes a top quality establishments, and if you’re a connoisseur living in Hong Kong, then you need no introduction to Sportful Garden, where they bring best ingredients, the finest chefs and the most stylish decor together to create an environment where you can enjoy these Chinese and Cantonese treats in style. You can find them on Hing Yip Street – take exit B from Kwun Tong MTR, close to Kwun Tong Plaza – and prepare to enjoy their simple, yet elegant design, costume chandeliers and a menu that is packed with favourites. Let us talk you through a few.
The nub of dim sum is in the dumplings, and at Sportful Garden, they have more than enough to go around. There are pork dumplings, steamed with shrimp, or red rice dumplings in lotus leaf, as well as vegetable dumplings and mushroom dumplings and deep-fried taro dumplings with pork. There are seafood dishes too – baked abalone, duck tongue with jellyfish, shrimp rolls – and a veritable vegetarian’s paradise of meat-free dishes, so head on down to Hoi Yuen Road in Kwun Tong for some of the best dim sum in Hong Kong. Reserve yourself a table, however, as they do get crowded on occasion.