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China Tang
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6 best all-you-can-eat dim sum deals in Hong Kong

Let's get steamy

By Jenny Leung
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Our city has a ton of unique food: pineapple buns, claypot rice, tofu pudding, or even Hong Kong-style steaks – we've got it all. One of the most iconic, however, has got to be dim sum. Whether it's sharing some classic har gow (shrimp dumplings) or nibbling on juicy chicken feet, dim sum is more than just a meal, it's also an integral part of Hong Kong's culture.

On that note, here are some of the best all-you-can-eat (AYCE) dim sum deals in Hong Kong. Now you can finally order all the char siu bao and siu mai you want completely free of judgement. Well, maybe just a little. But who cares.

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Best all-you-can-eat dim sum deals in Hong Kong

Duddell's dim sum
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Duddell’s

Restaurants Chinese Central

Duddell's new all-you-can-eat dim sum menu features over 30 varieties of newly created and signature items that pay homage to the golden era of Hong Kong in the 80s. Guests can expect handcrafted old-school classics such as shrimp dumpling with bamboo shoots, baked and fried delights like prawn spring rolls and classic egg tarts, and a slew of Hong Kong street food snacks including imitation shark fin soup, fish balls, and much, much more. If all the munching has got you feeling thirsty, dish out an additional $148 for a two-hour free-flow drinks package with unlimited house wines, selected spirits, soft drinks, and house beer.

Price: $268/person 
When: Wednesday to Friday (6pm onwards)

China Tang
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China Tang

Restaurants Chinese Tsim Sha Tsui

Specialising in crafting exquisite Cantonese cuisine, China Tang has recently launched an all-you-can-eat dim sum deal offering up to 50 different Hong Kong-style bites, nostalgic dim sum, rice and noodles, as well as desserts. Highlights not to miss include the saucy wagyu beef bun made from a flavourful A5 Saga Wagyu beef sauce, and kimchi seafood dumplings, comprised of shrimp, scallops, and kimchi for that extra kick.

Price: $138/person (Monday to Friday), $168/person (weekends and public holidays for two hours)
When: Until June 30

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Shang Palace
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Shang Palace

Restaurants Tsim Sha Tsui East

Housed inside Kowloon Shangri-La, one-Michelin star Shang Palace is the place to go for expertly curated food and wine pairings, as well as sweeping views of Victoria Harbour. Indulge in the restaurant's all you can eat dim sum lunch, and fill up on classic steamed nibbles like shrimp dumplings, exquisite bites such as Chilean sea bass dumplings, or the mixed mushrooms bamboo dumplings for health nuts.

Price: $448 upwards/person 
When: Monday to Friday, lunch hours.

Golden Leaf
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Golden Leaf

Restaurants Admiralty

Helmed by executive chef Tony Wan, Golden Leaf is famous for plating up some of the finest Cantonese cuisine in town. And their weekend AYCE morning dim sum makes no exception. For $288 per person, you can sink your teeth into over 23 kinds of dim sum and dessert. We highly recommend ordering dishes like the steamed siu mai topped with abalone, xiaolongbao, and their one-of-a-kind char siu bao made with soy milk and preserved vegetables to make your meal truly worthwhile.

Price: $288 upwards/person 
When: Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays from 9am to 11am 

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Sichuan Lab
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Sichuan Lab

Restaurants Chinese Wan Chai

For a dim sum meal that packs a punch, head to Sichuan Lab where you can dig into a buffet of scrumptious appetizers, and dim sum, as well as fried rice and noodles. Infused with traditional flavours, the AYCE dim sum deal offers a slew of unique dishes including roast goose stuffed buns in red wine sauce, hot and sour pork wonton soup, and scallion cake with diced Sichuan chilli hot sausage. In addition, guests can also take a break from dim sum and choose a main dish from the menu to round off the meal. 

Price: $168/person 
When: Monday to Friday, 12pm to 3pm 

GāGǐNāng
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GāGǐNāng

Restaurants Chinese Tsim Sha Tsui

Fusing together traditional Chiu Chow cuisine with contemporary elements, GāGǐNāng has some truly exquisite items on the menu. With more than 20 dim sum dishes on offer, you can choose from a variety of innovative bites such as pan-fried pickle and kurobuta pork buns, steamed peanut sticky rice rolls, and yau gok (deep-fried peanut and sesame dumplings).

Price: $280/person
When: Monday to Friday (except for public holidays), 11.30am to 3pm (max. 90mins)

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