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Victoria City Seafood Restaurant branches

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medgirl Nov 28, 2009 08:59 AM

Victoria City has been recommended to me for dimsum (especially the hairy crab XLB), but looking it up on google, there seem to be many different branches. Their website is in Chinese and I can't get Google to translate it. The Harbour City one would be convenient for us as we are staying at Kowloon Salisbury YMCA.

Please let me know whether to avoid any specific branch, or is the food best at a particular branch? Also, is it good for dinner and what would be must-try dishes for dinner? I presume they do not offer their dimsum menu in the evening.

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  1. Charles Yu RE: medgirl Nov 28, 2009 04:29 PM

    IMO, Fu Sing's Dim Sum is more superior than Victoria City. Also, our resident expert - Peech gave Happy Valley's Sun Tung Lok a big thumbs up. Therefore a possible consideration. However, if distance is a concern for your party, then the Harbour City branch of Victoria City is the one for you.

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      mikey8811 RE: Charles Yu Nov 28, 2009 07:13 PM

      Yes, agree with Charles although I did like the yellow oil crab xiao loong bao at Victoria City very much. I didn't know there was a branch at Harbour City - I've only been to the Sun Hung Kai Centre and Citic ones.

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        Charles Yu RE: mikey8811 Nov 28, 2009 07:21 PM

        Actually, its more like Ocean terminal.

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          medgirl RE: Charles Yu Nov 29, 2009 02:15 AM

          Thanks Charles and mikey!
          Fu Sing is at the top of my list of dimsum places to visit. But we would like to try a variety of places and prefer places without cart service. Also looking for a reliable Cantonese restaurant near our hotel for dinner. Will check out the Ocean Terminal branch.

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