One of the lifestyle habits in Hong Kong is to have morning tea (yum cha).
It is easy to get the dim sum from the tea restaurants. One of the restaurant frequented by the locals is Dao Xiang. They have at least 8 to 10 restaurants. Went to the one at TST from a local's recommendation.
Ah.. The hustle and bustle of the dim sum restaurants is a factor you love or hate at once. The range of dim sum was wide and you can just keep ordering.
Someone told us a tip about the steamboat practice for this restaurant. You get to enjoy 50% discount if you come after 9pm.
Maxim Palace is slightly more upscale as it is on Hong Kong Island.
The roasted meat is really tender and juicy. It simply melts in the mouth.
The carrot cake is rather different from the ones in Singapore. They are steeped in sauce.
We also ordered many other items:
As it is near the business district, the restaurant is rather packed. Maybe good to head to restaurant earlier to avoid the queues.
稻香集團 Tao Heung
美心皇宫 Maxim's Palace