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The name Sportful Garden is well-known among the foodies Hong Kong, and for those with a love for Cantonese cuisine, they well require no introduction. They are often considered as one of the best purveyors of dim sum in Hong Kong, and as one of the hubs of Chinese culinary excellence anywhere in the world, that is no small claim. If you pay a visit to one of their locations – such as their outlet on Hoi Fai Road in Olympian City, just on the outskirts of Tai Kok Tsui – then you’re in for a Cantonese treat. Book a table now and had on over – take the MRT to along to Olympic train station – to try it out: we’re sure you’ll come back for more.
奧海城陶源分店的招牌菜有「文昌蔥油雞」。(The Fresh Wenchang Chicken with Scallions)
The price is reasonable & the service is quite good.
Dim Sum is right up the top of the tree as far Chinese treats go, and whether you’re looking for a decadent breakfast or a top-notch lunch, it’s always enjoyable to pick something up from the cart. Cantonese restaurants in Hong Kong are ten a penny, but if you’re looking for the best, then look no further than Sportful Garden. They have built up an empire of steamed, poached, roasted and fried favourites, with plenty of meat, fish, seafood and vegetarian dishes for the whole family to enjoy, with more than their fair share of surprises thrown in for good measure. Their restaurant in Tai Kok Tsui boasts a high-ceilinged ballroom, a French lighting design and elegant decor, and you can reach them easily via Olympic MTR station, so head on over for a superb Chinese restaurant in Hong Kong.
The staples of dim sum in Hong Kong are present on the menu at Sportful Garden, of course, so begin your meal with a selection of dumplings. Dumplings come steamed and filled with veggies, mushrooms or red rice in lotus leaf, or deep-fried with taro and pork. The adventurous will go straight for the duck tongue with jellyfish, or the layered egg yolk cake, or even the baked abalone and chicken pie. As you can see, there are far more dishes than we could hope to list, so instead, just book a table down on Hoi Fai Road in Tai Kok Tsui for some dim sum in Hong Kong.