Craving for some yummy Hong Kong Dim Sum, and staying near Tsim Sha Tsui? Why not head down to Very Good Seafood Restaurant. This restaurant is one of the places I always go to satisfy my dim sum craving when I am in Hong Kong (it was introduced by our Hong Kong friend years ago).
Very Good Seafood Restaurant
Situated in the bustling streets of Tsim Sha Tsui, a famous seafood restaurant that not only served seafood at night but the dim sum from morning till afternoon. This restaurant has been around since the 70s, it is quite well known among the locals as they are a venue for dinner event for the Television broadcasting station in Hong Kong and lots of celebrities have recommended this place too.
How to get there
Alight at Tsim Sha Tsui Station, walk out to exit B1 turn right and walk for 1-2 minutes
08:00 – 23:30
Dim Sum (Per Pax)
$100 HKD – $150 HKD
Additional Charge for Drinks/Tea
$11.80 HKD Per Pax
What did we have?
The Lao Huo Soup (Served after 10:30 am, per pax serving) **Recommended
Rice Roll with Prawn (Steamed)
Steamed Rice Roll with BBQ Pork (Char Siew)
Boiled Chinese Choi Sum
Beef Balls (Steamed)
Steamed Pork ball with crab roe
BBQ Pork Bun
Steamed Chicken Feet
Prawn Dumpling **Recommended
XO Sauce Fried Turnip Cake
Pan fried bean curd sheet roll with prawn
Sliced Ginger Century Egg (Not in the menu, need to order separately)
Deep-fried Taro Dumpling **Recommended
Cashew Nut Cream Soup
Osmanthus Pudding with coconut juice **Recommended
All the dishes served are delicious and that’s the reason why I chose to return whenever we are in Hong Kong. You can order dim sum like prawn dumplings and steamed pork balls with crab roe, etc. first and after 10.30am you can order the Lao Huo soup and XO sauce fried Turnip cake. As for the dessert, please remember to order the above photos shown, especially Osmanthus Pudding with coconut juice. I tried this dessert at other Dim sum restaurants but I don’t like it but my friend asked me to give it a try here. It is not too sweet and most importantly, I love the combination of both the Osmanthus and coconut pudding.