Shanghai Lo
Shanghai Lo
Shanghai Lo relives the nostalgia of Shanghai and serves sumptuous Shanghainese cuisine in opulent and stylish surroundings.
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Lan Kwai Fong
Lan Kwai Fong is more than a small and crowded square in Central. This area gathers over 100 restaurants, bars and clubs which constructed one of the city’s hottest and trendiest night spots.
Tsim Sha Tsui
Tsim Sha Tsui is the most popular shopping zone in Hong Kong. If you were looking for world-class cuisines or low-price snacks to fill your hungry tummy, there are always choices available for you.
Causeway Bay
Causeway Bay, the energetic and young area on the Hong Kong Island. Within this border area, there are shopping complex and malls. A great variety of eateries can be found in malls which features both local and international flavors.
Mong Kok
The densely populated Mong Kok concentrated eating and shopping in harmony. The famous Ladies’ Street, Fa Yuen Street, Tung Choi Street are full of food stalls serving a wide range of cuisines.
Temple Street
The Temple Street is popular for tourists and locals to visit the night market in the evening. Most of the food stores serve seafood, hot pot, kettle rice and a wide range of local delicacies.
Stanley
Stanley has many bars and restaurants on its waterfront along the Stanley Main Street, most of them are seafood, steakhouse and restaurant bar.
The Peak
The Peak is one of the major tourist attractions in Hong Kong. You can scope the spectacular outlook of the city and harbor from the Peak Tower or the Peak Galleria.
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Little Egret Restaurant
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Tai HangG/F, 18 Brown Street
Causeway Bay19/F, Circle Plaza, 499 Hennessy Road
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