The entrance of Hutong, 1 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui. Photo: handout

Hutong: Northern specialities, dim sum and unsurpassed Sunday brunch

  • Mouth-watering favourites include beggar’s chicken, steamed Alaska crab leg and red lantern crispy softshell crab with Sichuan dried pepper

Specialising in Northern cuisine, this restaurant combines a beautiful interior and knockout views of the city. The menu is packed with delicious items such as scallops tossed with shredded pomelo, beggar’s chicken, and steamed Alaska crab leg with sweet and chilli sauce. Then there’s the delectable red lantern crispy softshell crab, with Sichuan dried pepper that crackles in your mouth.

Crispy deboned lamb ribs. Photo: Hutong

Sunday brunch at Hutong is famous for its one-of-a-kind selection of dim sum and regional specialities; it is also one of the few Chinese brunch menus in town. Diners can look forward to a wide selection of delicious dim sum as well as main dishes.

Contact details

28/F, 1 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui 

3428 8342

Signature dishes

 Black truffle scented abalone

Red lantern crispy softshell crab with Sichuan dried pepper

Aromatic Peking duck


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