Korean, French, Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, Indian ... Tsim Sha Tsui has a huge variety of restaurants from which to choose. Here are nine we've checked out in the past 12 months that you'll find are worth a visit. Click on headlines to read our reviews in full.
The raw dishes were the best part of the meal. The sashimi moriawase was delicious and generous.
We love Indian vegetarian food because it doesn't taste healthy, and many of the dishes here were successful.
We had delicious, moist and well-seasoned roast goose (both the leg and the leaner breast meat)
I walked out of Lab Eat feeling almost blissfully happy, the way you do after a really satisfying meal where you've eaten far more than you should, but couldn't stop.
Our favourite main course was the roasted Challandais duck (HK$498), which had crackling-crisp skin and sweet, moist meat.
Our luck improved with the main courses ... The stir-fried wagyu beef tongue with asparagus was excellent
Yuk hwe was a huge portion of hand-sliced raw beef with a dressing that was a bit heavy on the sesame oil and garlic.
From the "tasty dishes" section came an addictive, spicy mix of stir-fried green beans with coriander, minced pork and sambal chilli sauce
Sangeetha compares favourably to Woodlands, the other, more established Indian vegetarian restaurant, which is in the same building
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