Places to Eat
If the pursuit of wealth is the engine that drives Hong Kong, its fuel is food. Noodles are slurped, succulent seafood savoured, dishes at banquets praised for their presentation, freshness and texture as well as taste, and many chefs enjoy celebrity status.
Fook Lam Moon, Over the Moon
Cantonese ; Chinese Deluxe
53-59 Kimberley Rd Tsim Sha Tsui
One of Hong Kong's top Cantonese restaurants, the Fook Lam Moon takes care of you from the minute you arrive, with qipao-clad hostesses waiting to escort you to your table. The menu contains a lot of unusual and expensive dishes but there are many old favorites as well. Try the pan-fried lobster balls, a house speciality.
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Fook Lam Moon (Deluxe)
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Over the Moon
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