Review on Chung Ying Garden
Like its elder brother Chung Ying, this city-centre Chinese a few doors from the Hippodrome is a vast place with a gargantuan 400-dish menu. It occupies a big building that once did duty as an army barracks: you can't miss the massive red and silver sign or the pennants with calligraphy blowing in the wind.
Steps lit by fairy lights lead into the vast, multi-level dining room, which is divided up by pillars and decorated with technicolour Chinese prints. Smart, waistcoated staff provide whirlwind service.
The Hong Kong-style Cantonese repertoire kicks off with a jaw-dropping selection of dim sum including steamed king prawn and rabbit dumplings, deep-fried stuffed crab claws, spare ribs in black bean sauce and sweet things such as egg tarts and steamed caramel buns.
Elsewhere, the kitchen offers plenty of crowd-pleasers of the sweet-and-sour variety, as well as delving into the realms of frogs' legs with bitter melon, shredded duck with jellyfish and celery, stewed belly pork with sliced yams, and sizzling venison with ginger and spring onions.
Chung Ying Garden is also featured in: Good Food Guide, Hardens, AA GuideRate this Restaurant
Mr Siu Chung Wong
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 through until
Dinner: 11.30pm (10.30pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express