Dim Sum is always a pleasure – no connoisseur of Chinese or Cantonese food can pass it up if offered – and if you’re in Hong Kong, you’re spoiled for choice when picking a restaurants in which to get your fix. There is one name, however, that stands above all others in the Hong Kong dim sum scene, and that is Sportful Garden Mei Foo 陶源酒家 - 美孚. They have plenty of places to visit all over the city, with 11 locations, and down in Kowloon Bay, you can find them on Broadway in Mei Foo Sun Chuen. Book a table and head on over for some of the very best dim sum in Hong Kong.
美孚陶源酒家的鎮店之寶為「黑蒜京蔥和牛粒」。(Wagyu Beef with Black Garlic and Scallion)
Great Chinese food in Hong Kong is never hard to come across. Great Cantonese food, too, is pretty easily found in this most diverse of dining cities, and if you’re going to go for a Cantonese treat, then you can do far worse than a dim sum delight. Sportful Garden have locations all over the city of Hong Kong that offer up dish after dish of steamed, fried, roasted and poached morsels for your delectation, and if you pay them a visit to their outlet on Broadway in Cheung Sha Wan, just by Kowloon Bay and Mei Foo MRT station, you can try the very best. You’ll also be met with a decor that is simple and elegant, while also boasting crystal chandeliers, wine glass counters and a sky lobby.
Dim Sum in Hong Kong can be as complicated or as simple as you desire. There are the classics of the Chinese and Cantonese canon – steamed vegetable dumplings, wontons, deep-fried meatballs – but also some slightly more obscure favourites. Try the chicken feet with barbecue sauce, duck tongue with jellyfish or the baked abalone and chicken pie, if you’re more daring. You won’t lack for options at Sportful Garden, so book a table for you and your friends or family, and then take a trip to Cheung Sha Wan for one of the finest Cantonese restaurants in Kowloon Bay, and one of the most well-known chains in Hong Kong.