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Where to Eat and Drink in Wan Chai – Discover the best of Chinese cuisine

The metropolitan area of Wan Chai is a great place to grab some of the most delicious authentic Chinese cuisine from world-renowned restaurants. Here are some top picks you should try out.

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Super Star Seafood Restaurant

The restaurant holds much popularity to the extent that it is a bit difficult to find a table at times. If you are a seafood lover, this is the ideal place to be at. Also, this spot is popular among locals and tourists alike for its dim sum! You’ll come across a broad selection of dim sum staples like steamed pork spare ribs, jumbo spring rolls, rice rolls and more.

Fung Shing Restaurant

You can smell and feel and enjoy the world they offer you simple, delicious yet cheap food here. If you stay at a Hong Kong boutique hotel the likes of Cosmo Hotel Hong Kong, it won’t take long to reach this restaurant. And it is a nice getaway if you are bored with traditional Chinese meals such as chicken, steamed fish, fried rice and noodles.

Tao Heung

If you have a soft spot for hotpot, Tao Heung is the place you shall not miss. Tao Heung is dedicated to the hotpot business. Once you get there, you will note how different and original they are in their way of doing things.

Inn Side Out

Your journey to Hong Kong will consummate once you step into Inn Side Out. ISO, as it is known among frequenters, has so many things to watch out for. Nestled on a grassy pitch, it is an ideal place to enjoy the sunshine. Their meals include chicken salad, soba noodles and the hoisin dressing in the salad.

Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers. Google+


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