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  1. Hong Kong Dai Pai Dong

    Posted Mar 13th 2011, 12:00am by David Sutton

    ... By David Sutton Hong Kong Dai Pai Dong 456 Jaffe Road Causeway Bay Tel 2838 3318 Grub: Mostly Chinese but with a selection of Western dishes cooked Hong Kong-style. Vibe: A dai pai dong is traditionally an outdoor restaurant, but the term has often been used to refer to any small restaurant or noodle shop. Hong Kong Dai Pai Dong is definitely indoors; it occupies the ground and first ...

  2. Save the dai pai dong

    Posted Mar 19th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... It is important to protect Hong Kong's heritage. I think dai pai dong are a crucial part of our culture and should be preserved. I love eating at these open-air food stalls. ... of us can afford to eat at hotels and restaurants. The government must do its best to save dai pai dong. They are a part of our collective memory. Annie Tsui Lai-yan, Tin Ka Ping Secondary ...

  3. Hong Kong Dai Pai Dong

    Posted Apr 22nd 2010, 12:00am by Jacqueline Tsang

    ... Jacqueline Tsang Fare General dai pai dong dishes, with a few surprises. Ambience Informal and comfortable, with simple but tasteful decor. This new restaurant is made to resemble a 1950s dai pai dong, giving diners a post-modern experience of old Hong Kong. Cost Roughly HK$50 a head. Who to bring The restaurant is open from breakfast until 12.30am, so go with friends ...

  4. Free range

    Posted Jul 26th 2009, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... and the antelope play' - except that she appreciates the conveniences the modern world has to offer. As she tells it, Ree, a thirtysomething city girl, married a rancher and moved to his working ... home-schooling her four children. Ree admits her cooking became simpler after moving to the ranch, where she cooks for 'cowboys who think the sun rises and sets [on] a steak and baked potato'. ...

  5. Talkback

    Posted Jul 05th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Q Should rules be revised so long-established dai pai dong can survive? I refer to your recent article about the tourism board's failure to back the renewed licensing of dai pai dong. It may be that those squeamish types at the tourist board want to make Hong Kong a sterile and anodyne place by removing dai pai dong. But that's not what the tourists want. Over 30 years ...

  6. Lifestyle - Food & Wine - DESTINATION SHAM SHUI PO

    Destination: Sham Shui Po

    Posted Sep 13th 2012, 12:00am by Janice Leung

    ... shoulder", says Lau. He brought his business with him when he came to Hong Kong in 1954, and set up a noodle cart in Sham Shui Po. Lau's father later took over the business, opening a dai pai ...

  7. Pairing wine with local food turns into an educational Web challenge

    Posted Dec 17th 2010, 12:00am

    ... of his life in the US, Hong Kong and the mainland, that idea is outdated and unnecessarily restrictive. 'I thought, why not pair wine with say, dai pai dong food? Or cheap Filipino food in Wan Chai?' he said. The pilot, shot on location at the Gum Gei dai pai dong in Fo Tan, pits two wine merchants against each other as both are asked to pair a specific bottle of wine ...

  8. The Mid-Autumn Festival is the best

    Posted Sep 14th 2011, 12:00am

    ... transfer to HSBC account 502-676588-001 for SCMP Charities Ltd Cheques payable to 'SCMP Charities Ltd' and mail to: SCMP Charities Ltd, Morning Post Centre, 22 Dai Fat Street, Tai Po ...

  9. Reverse ban on street food for a vibrant HK

    Posted Oct 04th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... government takes a dim view of the idea. Food hawkers have been chased indoors. The traditional street restaurants they operate, dai pai dong, were years ago deemed by bureaucrats to be causing ... We could do much better if dai pai dong returned to our streets. The government should follow the example set elsewhere and reverse its unappetising ban on street food. ...

  10. Perfect match

    Posted Jun 05th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Simon Tam Although it's getting warmer and there's a risk of the odd sudden downpour, it's still a pleasant time of year to eat alfresco. Unfortunately, dining at one of Hong Kong's superb dai pai dong has become more difficult due to zealous implementation of government regulations. Diners seeking a waterfront dai pai dong specialising in seafood have ...




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