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Cha's Gourmet Kitchen 查局粤菜馆

1272 Kaixuan Lu,
near Yangzhai Lu

Changning District

凯旋路1272号,近杨宅路

5290 3177
15 mins walk from  West Yan'An Rd
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Daily, 10am-10pm
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Last updated: Jun 11, 2019
Cantonese restaurant in Changning with a wide variety of dim sum available. Most dishes cost between 10-30rmb. Lots of seating indoors but at peak times is prone to queues.
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  • Sunday Dim Sum
    • I have always been partial to Dim Sum on a Sunday morning, and so often been disappointed by the fare offered in many of the Chinese restaurants of the major hotels, so opted for a well-established restaurant called Hong Kong Cha’s Gourmet Kitchen located on Kaixuan Lu / Anshun Lu, the restaurant has been operating since 1980.

      We took a chance by arriving without a reservation 11h00, fortunately, were able to get what appeared the last table for two, all others were taken by families dining on a Fresh sunny Sunday morning in Shanghai. 

      The feel and style of the restaurant is a mix of old Shanghai and Hong Kong combined.

      We ordered the following dishes:

      Crystal Dumpling with Shrimp 虾饺

      BBQ Pork Bun 叉烧包

      Steamed Sui Mai with Pork 烧麦

      Pan Fried Turnip Cake XO酱萝卜糕

      Deep Fried Crispy Pigeon 烤乳鸽

      Boiled Crayfish with Rice in Superior Soup

      龙虾汤泡饭

      Deep Fried Rice Rolls 炸两

      Egg Tart 蛋挞

      Along with a never-ending supply of Pu Eh tea

       

      I must confess, my regular dining partner  knows a thing or two about Cantonese food felt right at home here, the dishes are so much better than the pretentious Imperial Treasure dishes that we dined on several weeks ago for lunch, and for a third of the price, the bill came to just 280RMB

      Whilst Hong Kong Cha’s Gourmet Kitchen may seem off the beaten track, a good indication is the number of older patrons that are dining there, and no doubt regulars.

      Do yourself a favour and go and try Hong Kong Cha’s Gourmet Kitchen for yourselves, but get there early otherwise, you may end up queuing for a while.

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