Hung’s is a Chinatown staple that’s perfect for when you settle down and dig into a plate of dumplings, or some roast pork or duck on rice. The service is basic, but the quality is always good and its consistency is tough to dispute - come hungry, and you won’t leave disappointed. As a bonus, it’s open late until 4am every night, except for Sundays. The king prawn dumplings are superb.
Hung’s Chinese Restaurant | 美食軒 is permanently closed.
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Opium Cocktails & Dim Sum Parlour
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