Since opening in 2009, this elegant seafood restaurant remains to be one of the most popular purveyors of Cantonese cuisine in Hong Kong. The Chairman takes pride in using organic ingredients from local suppliers, offering fresh and flavorful dishes skillfully created by chef-restaurateur Danny Yip and his team. Indulge in the restaurant’s bestsellers: Steamed Fresh Flower Crab in Aged Shaoxing Wine and King Prawns cooked in Fish and Rice Broth.
A historic shop in the city, Kung Wo Dou Bun Chong keeps the tradition of making tofu delicacies alive in every corner of Sham Shui Po. Many people go here for its homey ambiance and authentic tofu refreshments like soy milk. Their tofu pudding is a favorite for its delicious and creamy flavor that melts in your mouth.
With a plush look accentuated by vibrant colors and quirky interiors, Madame Fu offers a charming afternoon tea experience to foodies in the city. The menu is sweet and simple—a classic tea tower featuring East meets West dishes such as prawn and smoked salmon sandwiches, sweet black sesame dumpling, and crème patisserie. It’s priced at HKD250 for each guest, which already includes a flavorful dim sum selection.
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