loyal din­ing

Hong Kong Tatler - - Features -

Win­nie Chan be­gan eat­ing at Loyal Din­ing a few years ago and the Welling­ton Street es­tab­lish­ment quickly be­came one of her favourite res­tau­rants. “You’re spoiled for choice here, with a great se­lec­tion of food, from dim sum to sand­wiches, and many vegetarian op­tions,” she says. Win­nie re­li­giously or­ders soy sauce pi­geon and loves the re­fresh­ing red bean with milk or fruit punch. Win­nie is of­ten joined by her close friends Bet­tina Lui and Vanessa Lam, who are big fans of the crispy chicken wings and baked pork chop rice. “The pork is very ten­der and the taste of the tomato sauce is per­fect with it,” says Bet­tina. “The beauty of Loyal Din­ing is that you can find some of the most pop­u­lar Hong Kong dishes while din­ing in a more com­fort­able set­ting.” But there’s an­other perk that keeps Win­nie happy. “The best thing about Loyal Din­ing is that they are open un­til 2am.” So Win­nie and her gal gang won’t be suf­fer­ing through at­tacks of the latenight munchies any time soon.

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Win­nie Chan (right) treats friends Vanessa Lam (cen­tre) and Bet­tina Lui to some of her favourite dishes at Loyal Din­ing

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