Island Tang

Island Tang

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2/F, The Galleria Plaza, 9 Queen's Road Central, , Central
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2/F, The Galleria Plaza, 9 Queen's Road Central, , Central
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中環皇后大道中9號嘉軒廣場2樓
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David 'Shanghai' Tang's non-members restaurant serves classic Chinese comfort food in style, alongside a timewarp vibe that sends you to 1930s Shanghai - until you come crashing back with its modern-day prices.
13 reviews
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The Cantonese selections range from dim sum and fried milk to abalone, which means a meal here can set you back $300 or $3000.

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With its retro chandeliers, plush armchairs and clubby atmosphere, Island Tang exudes a 1930's Hong Kong feel. It is also one of Hong Kong's best venues for dim sum.

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Island Tang is a tangy and refreshing addition to Hong Kong's gastronomical scene.

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The menu is ambitious to say the least - extensive dim sum, shark's fin, seven bird's nest items, a range of comfort foods including congee, and even Peking duck. We had even higher expectations of the food, prepared by the former chef of Island Shangri-la.

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The wok-fried wagyu is worth the risk-you'll be treated to juicy, succulent cubes of prime beef in a rich sauce.

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This is not inexpensive, but given the impressive surroundings in the heart of Central and the well-executed dishes, it is worth the occasional splurge.

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For our money, there's no better place for old-fashioned hospitality and refined yet authentic Cantonese cuisine.

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The food is excellent, authentic and the service is superb.

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The braised Wagyu short rib, did however, go well with the Cape Mentelle, versus the braised goose web on egg noodles that went down very nicely with the Chardonnay.

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The BBQ Pork (Honey Glazed) aka Char Siu lived up to its fame. It was juicy, soft and tender, closest to the melt-in-your-mouth texture.

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From the makers of Shanghai Tang is this elegant yet cozy dining room reminiscent of old Shanghai, serving well-loved Cantonese comfort food.

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Island Tang really takes care of everything for you.

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All in all, it's relative good value for a sophisticated dim sum lunch in a smart, sophisticated setting. Definitely a place to take visitors to in Hong Kong...