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Dim Sum Library
Chinese | Admiralty
Chinese | Tsim Sha Tsui
Café Causette - Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong
International | Central / Sheung Wan
Japanese | Tsim Sha Tsui
The Chinese Library
Chinese | Central / Sheung Wan
Man Wah - Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong
Chinese (Canton) | Central / Sheung Wan
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Sha Tin Restaurants

Sha Tin 18 - Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Sha Tin
Sha Tin 18 - Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Sha Tin
Chinese | Sha Tin, New Territories

Named after the hotel's street address number "18" which also means good fortune in terms of Feng Shui, Sha Tin 18 is a new concept for Hong Kong, and perhaps the best Chinese restaurant serving authentic Dongguan and northern Chinese cuisine in a lively show kitchen environment.

Guests at our Shatin Chinese restaurant can choose to appreciate a front row view of the chefs in action in the show kitchens, and enjoy the delicacies prepared by the chefs. Signature items include Tossed mustard green, beancurd sheet, shallots, Houjie pan-fried fish cakes, Chinese dried sausages, handmade noodles and dumplings, traditional Peking duck and homemade Chinese-style ice-creams and desserts.More

The Salted Pig, New Town Plaza
The Salted Pig, New Town Plaza
European | Sha Tin, New Territories

it seems that the staff check the online booking record when we arrived and just found any empty table for us. During the booking or getting the table, the staff did not mention that we have time limit. But, they ask us to return the table when we just ordered one for dish... More

OpenTable Diner -
Cafe - Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Sha Tin
Cafe - Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Sha Tin
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International | Sha Tin, New Territories

Cafe at Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin consists of a lounge, main dining area, a private dining room, and a spacious outdoor terrace for alfresco dining. The show kitchens present exciting buffets featuring Hong Kong’s favourite steamed and wok-fried dishes; seasonal salads and refreshing seafood on ice; freshly baked pizza and pastas; as well as prime meat grilled a-la-minute. No meal is complete at this Shatin restaurant without trying the freshly made desserts and baked pastries, with seasonal fruits and ice creams from the dessert kitchen.More