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There are more than enough venues to get your fixings of dim sum in Hong Kong, but let us remember that not all were created equal. Mong Kok is home to some of the best restaurants in Hong Kong in general, and so it can boast several Chinese and Cantonese eateries, but few of them can compete with the offerings available at Sportful Garden on Soy Street in the centre of the district. You can reach them via Yau Ma Tei or Mong Kok MRT stations, and when you get there you can treat yourself to some of the best breakfast and lunch options in town, whether baked, fried, steamed or roasted. Book a table now and make your way over.
旺角店名廚精心烹調的招牌菜有「黑松露鮮蝦賽螃蟹」。(Shrimp Crab Race with Truffle)
Good restaurant with part of Asia mile partner so can earn Asia Miles as you dine. Good is good albeit catered for people with bland taste.
Dim Sum in Hong Kong is always a delight, and there are more places to sate your appetite that you can shake a steamed dumpling at. In truth, if you’re in Mong Kok on Kowloon, then there is only one option: Sportful Garden on Soy Street. They are part of a group of restaurants that are raising the standard of Chinese and Cantonese cuisine in Hong Kong, via a menu that is packed with favourites and house specialities, friendly and welcoming staff and a decor that is stylish and sophisticated, set inside the Stanford Hotel and featuring elegant, pillarless design and crystal chandeliers.
The menu at Sportful Garden takes in the best of dim sum in Hong Kong, and that means plenty of dumplings. There are steamed dumplings: vegetarian options such as mushrooms or red rice wrapped in lotus leaf, seafood specialities with shrimp and gold foil or meaty favourites such as pork with abalone. There’s more obscure offerings to boot: duck tongue with jellyfish, pork trotters, steamed chicken feet with abalone sauce or deep-fried sesame with bird’s nests dumplings. Take a trip into the heart of Mong Kok for a meal to remember at Sportful Garden in the Stanford Hotel on Soy Street – just remember to reserve ahead of time to avoid disappointment.