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Dim Sum in Hong Kong is ubiquitous, but not all Cantonese cart classics were created equal. There are echelons upon echelons in the Chinese food game, but if you’re in Tsuen Wan, you need not worry about finding the best: it’s right there in front of you. Sportful Garden have locations all over Hong Kong, and provide only the finest quality dim sum anywhere in the city. Their outlet in The Octagon on Sha Tsui Road is easily reached, and when you get there, you’ll be met with myriad of spectacular options to enjoy. Book a table now and find out what all the fuss is about at Sportful Garden Tsuen Wan Sha Tsui Road 陶源酒家 - 沙咀道.
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Different set dinners for selection. Fruitful & delicious with good services. Dessert is acceptable.
Chinese food in Hong Kong isn’t hard to come by. Indeed, the type of Chinese food that you are most likely to experience is Cantonese – that being the most populous linguistic group in the city – and when you’re talking about the very best in Chinese and Cantonese cuisine, then look no further than dim sum. Dim Sum in Hong Kong is among the most impressive in the world, and in the form of Sportful Garden, there is a chain that is bringing the fine dining quality to the masses. They can be found all over the city, and if you’re in Tsuen Wan, then you need to head over to The Octagon on Sha Tsui Road to try them out. There you can find a high-ceilinged auditorium with a glass floor, chandeliers and a chilled coffee area, as well as a superb menu.
The treats on offer at Sportful Garden run the gamut from the well-known classics of the Cantonese culinary canon to more outlandish and obscure dishes that will reward the adventurous. There are dumplings aplenty: fried or steamed, stuffed with pork, vegetables or mushrooms and even with red rice and wrapped in a lotus leaf. The daring can go for the pork trotters, the duck tongue with jellyfish or the steamed chicken feet with abalone sauce. We can only give you the smallest introduction into the plethora of treats that will meet you at Sportful Garden: so head on over to The Octagon no Sha Tsui Road in Tsuen Wan to discover some of the best dim sum in Hong Kong for yourself. Book a table now.