Dim Sum: The Art of Chinese Tidbits

Dim Sum: The Art of Chinese Tidbits

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G/F, 63 Sing Woo Rd,, Happy Valley
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G/F, 63 Sing Woo Rd,, Happy Valley
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跑馬地成和道63號地下
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Free Corkage 
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Takeout & Delivery 
The dim-sum-at-night trend is now old hand, but this popular Valley restaurant still wins out, mostly for its classic Chinese décor and interesting dumpling variations.
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 The original menu goes beyond common Cantonese morsels like har gau (steamed shrimp dumplings), embracing dishes more popular in the north, including chili prawn dumplings, Beijing onion cakes, and steamed buns. 

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"Dim sum elevated to an art form" is the deal at this "tiny", no-frills Happy Valley standout that's a rare "24-hour" source for "fantastic", "quality" tidbits the likes of dumplings with shark fin or shu mai with gold leaf

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 Whilst its decor won’t set Hollywood on fire, it does offer tasty, affordable and MSG free dimsum all day long. 

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Try the famous staples such as their har gau (steamed shrimp dumplings), the chili prawn dumplings, the Beijing onion cakes or the steamed buns - all highly recommended.

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Although the price is higher than average (but not outrageously expensive), they offer an upgraded menu that sets them apart from most dim sum restaurants.

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Traditional teahouse serving jumbo sized Dim Sum favourites. Late night cravings can be filled at this Happy Valley institution.

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This small one-room eatery in the residential neighbourhood of Happy Valley was among the first to attempt at reviving the teahouse experience, albeit with premium ingredients and prices to match.