Tim Ho Wan

in City Centre

Come for the sweet, fluffy, barbecue-pork buns, which became famous when the original Hong Kong branch became the cheapest ever Michelin-starred restaurant. It's a tight operation that sees dim sum arrive quickly and a neat turnover of customers. Walk by the floor-to-ceiling street-front windows and you'll see people tucking into dishes like pan-fried turnip cake, vermicelli rolls and dumplings.