Nove at the Fringe, Central. Photo: handout

Nove at the Fringe: Top-notch Cantonese delights in a chinoiserie sanctuary

  • Dim sum master chef Wong Yiu-por and Cantonese chef Chan Hing-kei serve up unforgettable dishes at this charming eatery

Taking over the old spot of M at the Fringe, Nove at the Fringe has transformed the space into a quaint chinoiserie sanctuary.

Backed by the famous Umberto Bombana, the Cantonese fare – prepared by dim sum master chef Wong Yiu-por of China Tang and Island Tang and Cantonese chef Chan Hing-kei – is some of the best in town.

Barbecue pork buns. Photo: Tracey Furniss

Signatures include the honey-glazed Ibérico char siu pork, which is extremely tender and juicy. We also love how the sweet and sour pork contains seasonal fruit such as kiwi, bringing a different type of acidity to the popular dish. Don’t forget to save room for the crispy chicken as well.

Contact details

1/F, The Fringe Club, 2 Lower Albert Road, Central

2130 6546

Signature dishes

 Honey-glazed Ibérico char siu pork

Crispy chicken

Golden prawns with salted egg yolk


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