Hankering for a taste of Chinese-American classics the likes of General Tsao’s chicken? Then drop by Dining Wok, a quirky, three-story eatery located in a vintage 1940’s tenement building in Wanchai’s scene-y Star Street area. The ground floor is kitted up to look like a Chinese take-out joint with chefs deftly wielding their woks. On the top floor are a karaoke lounge and a private terrace.
What to order: Forget about getting a taste of authentic regional cuisine and head straight for those Chinese-American clichés. Vegetable spring rolls, pan-fried pork dumplings, and sweet-and-sour garoupa are delectable here, as is the moo shu pork – a succulent stri-fry served with paper-thin pancakes.
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- Description:An insider's guide to five new "cheap 'n chic" restaurants in Hong Kong
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