About Sportful Garden Restaurant - Wan Chai 陶源酒家 - 灣仔
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Sportful Garden is a ubiquitous name in Hong Kong, and it isn’t hard to work out why. Their dedication to the cause of dim sum is easy to see all over the city, with plenty of locations to choose from, and when you make an appearance at one of their restaurants, you know that a certain level quality if assured. Their take on the classic Chinese and Cantonese canon is traditional and encapsulates only the best that has been accumulated over thousands of years of culinary excellence. Book a table at their restaurant on Fleming Road in Wan Chai and find out for yourself what the fuss is all about.
灣仔陶源分店的必試招牌菜有「豉蒜秋葵黑豚肉」。(Soy Garlic Okra & Pork)
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Chinese restaurants in Hong Kong are numerous, and the quality is almost always tip-top. From the steamboat and hotpot joints for the noodle shops, from the fine dining, Michelin-starred establishments to the street food vendors, there is always something to excite the Hong Kong diner, and if it is dim sum that you’re after, then the name of the game is Sportful Garden. Their outlet on Fleming Road, hidden inside the Tai Tung Building, is the go-to spot in Wan Chai for steamed, fried or poached treats, so gather up your pals and set a course for Sportful Garden. They boast elegant decor with LED lighting effects, and you can there via Wan Chai MTR station exit A3: let us talk you through what you will come across when you make the journey.
The food that you will encounter on arrival at Sportful Garden on Fleming Road in Wan Chai is rooted in the classical tradition of dim sum, so let us talk you through a few of the favourites that you can expect to enjoy when you’re there. Meat-lovers can take in the steamed chicken fingers with soy sauce, the deep-fried meat dumpling or the roasted crispy pork belly – or the adventurous can go for the duck’s tongue with jellyfish – while veggies will get excited at the egg-yolk bun, the steamed turnip cake or the spring rolls with mushroom and taro. All we can do is recommend Sportful Garden, and advise you that they do get crowded, and that you should book a table now – they’re one of the best dim sum restaurants in Hong Kong, so make sure that you snag a spot!