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Yin Yang is a restaurant that’s conceptualised by celebrity chef Margaret Xu as a contemporary take on Chinese cuisine.

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This is probably the strangest name I’ve heard for a cafe but despite their weird name, the Australian Dairy Company still brings in the crowds.

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Talk to anyone who’s been or planning to go to Hong Kong about what to eat there and invariably Yung Kee will be on their lists.

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When you look for dim sum in Hong Kong, Lin Heung Tea House always gets named as a stalwart for the original cha chan teng experience.

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One of the dishes I wanted to try in Hong Kong was beef brisket, and one of the names that kept popping up in various blogs and reviews was Kau Kee, so I felt I had to give it a try too.

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I can summarise my visit in 1 line: amazing atmosphere but mediocre food.

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Tsim Chai Kee doesn’t even need a review; if you love won ton noodles, just go visit them already!

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