An Choi in Sheung Wan offers a dining experience that is as close to eating along the streets of Vietnam as it gets. This Vietnamese eatery has a bright yellow exterior and a down-to-earth atmosphere with steel tables and plastic chairs – and most importantly, authentic dishes that’ll keep you coming back for more. Menu highlights here include their daily special noodles like bún bò Huế, crusty bánh mí baked in-house, snails baked in butter, and gỏi cuốn summer rolls stuffed with your choice of fillings.
Once considered the younger and quieter sibling to the bustling restaurant scene of Central, Sheung Wan has now emerged as a culinary hotspot. The neighbourhood is home to some of the finest restaurants, cafes and coffee shops in town, and it continues to thrive with new additions to its already impressive culinary scene. From dim sum to Indian and Italian to Chinese-meets-French cuisine worthy of Michelin acclaim, Sheung Wan has it all. Here are the top picks in this booming ’hood.
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