Restaurants

Top Choice Cantonese in Sha Tin

Sha Tin 18

Sha Tin 18's Peking duck (whole HK$788, half HK$500) has put this hotel restaurant, adjacent to the Chinese University, in the gastronomic spotlight. Book your prized fowl 24 hours in advance, and tantalise your tas…
Taiwanese in Sha Tin

Foody

Taiwanese-style noodles and fried chicken as well as pastas and burgers served in a spacious, shabby chic cafe full of retro furniture and vintage objects. The food is decent though not exceptional, but slouchy chai…
Cantonese in Sha Tin

Lung Wah Hotel Restaurant

Shatin's first postwar hotel (c 1951) is where Bruce Lee is said to have stayed during the filming of The Big Boss. The hotel closed in 1985 and this dated restaurant frequented by nostalgic Hong Kongers remains. It…
Market in Sha Tin

Shing Kee

Tucked into the oldest public housing estate in Sha Tin, this 30-year-old establishment is no ordinary dai pai dong (food stall). It resembles a gallery, with furnishings, including the chairs, picked up from public…