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Trip Report Hong Kong Jan 2013

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Returned last evening. Went to Tai Chung Wah.

Tai Chung Wah Restaurant 大中華飯店
G/F, 539 Fok Wing Street, Cheung Sha Wan
長沙灣福榮街539號地下

Great food at great value HK$410 for 4 persons. Half a goose is HK$180. On the way there in a taxi, the driver told us he had a great meal there with his wife. It has a very old school type of dai pai dong feel. In other words very gritty and loud place with down to earth delicious food. It's off the beaten path. Very crowded. The smells of the food being brought to the tables is intoxicating.

http://frosty889.blogspot.com/2013/01/tai-chung-wah-restaurant-hk.html

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