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With 18 years of experience and more than 30 choices, Kwan Kee is the master of claypot rice. The restaurant is located between Sheung Wan and Central districts, a neighborhood that is rich in the colors of Old Hong Kong. 
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a: Shop 1, G/F, Wo Yick Mansion, 263 Queen's Road West, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
t: +852 2803 7209
Founded in 1946, it has won accolades and praise from dining greats for its wonton noodles and congee. They also serve up some delicious stir fried noodles, Chinese vegetables and their ‘house specialty’ steamed chicken.
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a: Shop 1204-1205, 12/F, Hysan Place, 500 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
t: +852 2577 6060
Mr. Ray Seafood Restaurant offers different fresh seafood, skewered and boiled dishes in local Hong Kong style.
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a: G/F, Lung Shing Mansion, 33 South Wall Road, Kowloon City , Kowloon, Hong Kong
t: +852 2217 6177
Lin Heung Kui remains extremely popular for their authentic dim sum and traditional Cantonese flavours. Dim sum service is between 6am and 3.30pm each day when an endless stream of diners flow through Lin Heung's dining hall.
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a: 2-3/F, 46-50 Des Voeux Road West, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
t: +852 2156 9328
Serving the simplest tomato-based macaroni, Sing Heung Yuen has made it as Central's all time favourite 'Dai Pai Dong'. With the macaroni, customers can choose a range of sides such as spam, pork, chicken wings and the list goes on. Situated on Mei Lun Street, Sing Heung Yuen can deliver a comforting meal within 10minutes. Best to try the toast drizzled in Honey and Condensed milk.
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a: G/F, 2 Mei Lun Street, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2544 8368
Sohofama is the latest ‘comfort Chinese cuisine’ offering from the team behind Sai Ying Pun’s hip, health-conscious restaurant, Locofama. Their claim to nix MSG from their menu of super-curated, organic, local, fusion and traditional Canto delights as well as an aesthetic partnership with lifestyle chain GOD has made the spot a veritable watering ground for the cool.
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a: G/F, Block A, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2858 8238
Under Bridge Spicy Crab' is the most famous restaurant among the local restaurants along the Canal Road Flyover since more than 15 years ago.
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a: G/F, Ascot Mansion, 421-425 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
t: +852 2893 1289/ 2834 6818

a: Shop 1-2, G/F, Chinaweal Centre, 414-424 Jaffe Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
t: +852 2834 6268

a: Shop 6-9, G/F, 429 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
t: +852 2573 7698
A seafood specialist, Ko Lau Wan serves the freshest seafood, including geoduck, sea urchin and clams, thanks to the owner being a resident of the village of Ko Lau Wan, in Sai Kung, an area known for its seafood. Homemade cuttlefish balls and shrimp sticks are the restaurant’s signature hotpot ingredients.
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a: 1/F, 21-23 Hillwood Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
t: +852 3520 3800
The tomato crab soup from Old Man Hot Pot is outstanding and easily the best. It's a neighbourhood venue with its tables spilling onto the street, and its crab and tomato soup base is a dish in its own right, usually a meaty mud crab is used.
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a: 25-31 Cooke Street, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong
t: +852 9089 7732
Hung's Delicacies is most popular amongst locals even before it was honoured by a Michelin star. The Nanhai based owner Lai Wai-Hung has started his culinary journey since 17, and has worked in Yung Kee Restaurant for 18 years before moving to managing more than 10 restaurants at the airport. His marinating skills were passed on by a Chiu Chau Master. Dishes are authentic and lives up to all customers' expectations.
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a: Shop 3P116-117, 3/F, Sky Plaza, Terminal 2, Hong Kong International Airport, Hong Kong
t: +852 3197 9331
With over 90 years of history on Gough Street, Kau Kee still never fails to deliver its most popular Beef Brisket Noodles in Clear Broth. What distinguishes Kau Kee from other noodle restaurants is that they only serve Beef Brisket in Clear broth and curry soup.
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a: G/F, 21 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2850 5967
The wonton noodles here are typically thinly-wrapped wontons with a juicy shrimp filling and a rich-tasting flounder-based broth. Its noodles, specially kneaded using a bamboo pole, have a slightly stronger jian shui aftertaste. Its tender and flavourful braised beef brisket is another signature dish of the shop, is also well worth a try.
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a: G/F, 37 Wing Kat Street, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2541 6388
Sing Kee seafood restaurant has been awarded a Michelin star in the new edition of the Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau. The three-storey restaurant with 12 dining rooms is located in the large red building near the old-town car park. It was rated as 'a very good restaurant in its category' with cuisine prepared to a consistently high standard.
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a: G/F, 33-39 Sai Kung Tai Street, Sai Kung, Hong Kong
t: +852 2791 9887
Block 18 deggie's noddle was awards Michelin star in the street food catagory in 2016. It's famous of its doggie noddle, fake shark fin soup, fishball, etc.
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a: G/F, 27A Ning Po Street, Jordan, Kowloon, Hong Kong
t: +852 9360 6644
Mammy Pancake was awarded Michelin star in Hong Kong Michelin Guide 2016 - street food. It is famous for its crispy egg waffles. Here you can find different flavors, like sweet potato, chocolate, sesame, green tea and etc.
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a: G/F, 8-12 Carnarvon Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong