BLT Burger Shop 301, level 3 Ocean Terminal Harbour City Tsim Sha Tsui Tel 2730 2338 Grub: Mostly burgers, but there are also barbecued ribs and a range of snacks and starters to choose from. Vibe: This is an American-style family restaurant with friendly staff and prompt service. Some of the light fittings look like flood lamps from an old Hollywood movie set. Popular hits play in the background and TVs silently show sports highlights. Who to bring: Friends or family, but only the big eaters because portions are fairly generous. This would be a good place to celebrate birthdays ... or anything else for that matter. What's hot: The snacks are divided into three sections: starters, salads, and fries and rings. All are good for sharing. Nachos are always popular and so are onion rings but don't overlook the mozzarella sticks, which are coated in herby breadcrumbs, deep-fried and served with a tomatoey dipping sauce. On to the main event. There is a choice of fries to go with your burger: skinny or fat, or, if you are after something a little more exotic, waffle or sweet potato fries. The burgers are made with 100 per cent black Angus beef, a combination of sirloin, short rib, chuck and brisket. It's nice to know your burger has a pedigree and that the restaurant is proud of it. There is an impressive range of burgers. The Classic is a 7oz beef patty topped with onion, tomato, lettuce and pickles. The BLT adds double-smoked bacon and the house BLT burger sauce. The Tex-Mex includes jalapenos, avocado, salsa, cheese and sour cream. Thankfully you get a knife and fork, otherwise it would land in your lap. There are also chicken, turkey, salmon and veggie options. For those with deeper pockets, there's the Australian Wagyu version. A particularly intriguing possibility is the Canton Road. This is a pork and shrimp patty topped with plum sauce, herb salad and mayo. If you still have room for a dessert, then there's the tough choice between the Valrhona chocolate praline cake and the chocolate-and-walnut brownie with ice cream. Last but not least, it's very pleasing to note that the orange juice is squeezed from an actual orange rather than a container. What's not: The venue can get pretty crowded at lunch and other peak times. Cost: Burgers start at HK$72 for salmon or veggie and go up to HK$118 for the Australian Wagyu. Between 3pm and 6pm on weekdays there is a tea set deal. Add HK$10 to your burger for fries, a cupcake or cookie, HK$20 for a milkshake or dessert, or HK$30 for a starter.