There’s always a Sunday to spend with the family for some supreme dim sum. Here I am talking about local cooking, fresh quality, classic presentation and enjoyable environment; surely Tsui Hang Village has it all. Aside from their main branch presented by the Mira Group at Tsim Sha Tsui, Tsui Hang Village can also be found at Lee Gardens. Early morning, this restaurant is not so crowded with countable seats available. We are settled around a pleasant area with relaxing and silence atmosphere, though is having less attentive services.
Started from a house specialty, the duo barbecued porks. I personally favor the Japanese version over the traditional char siu, given both are equally charcoal grilled and sweetened with honey glaze.
Moving on to dim sum, instead being traditionally steamed, the minced beef balls are cooked in supreme broth with a few shredded radishes.
While the beef and egg fried rice doesn’t worth much a note, the gigantic steamed bun is indeed a wow-factor. It is stuffed with a generous serving of minced chicken, pork belly, a whole head of shiitake mushroom and hard boiled egg, which is by far the biggest bun I have ever seen!
A feast of the meal is the two seductive piggy buns. Although it is less fluffy when compared to the chicken bao, the sweet purple potato filling has an unbeatable natural sweet note. The black sesame rolls are also a definite all time favorite!
Honey Glazed Barbecued Pork & Honey Glazed Japanese Barbecued Pork
Honey Glazed Japanese Barbecued Pork
Honey Glazed Barbecued Pork
Crispy Minced Carp Cake & Crispy Bread Topped with Milk Custard
Sauteed Turnip Pudding in XO Chili Sauce
Steamed Minced Beef Balls Stuffed with Onion in Supreme Broth
Steamed Minced Beef Balls
Giant Chicken Buns
Giant Chicken Buns
Fried Rice with Egg White, Diced Ginger & Minced Beef
Steamed Potato Puree Buns in Pig Shape
Steamed Potato Puree
Black Sesame Rolls in Film Shape