Dragon Inn

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When you find your­self in Sha Tin, Dragon Inn is your best bet for a quiet fine-din­ing Chi­nese meal.


• The pork ter­rine with vine­gar jelly is a good way to

in­tro­duce your palate to the sub­tleties of Huaiyang cui­sine. • The deep fried prawn ball with salted egg yolk is com­fort

food at its finest. • You can never go wrong with a bas­ket of xi­ao­long­bao and Dragon Inn’s ver­sion passes with fly­ing colours—the skin isn’t thick, the pork is per­fectly cooked and the soup isn’t too hot.


Don’t miss out on the spe­cial­ity of braised duck stuffed with eight trea­sures, but note that this dish needs to be or­dered a day in ad­vance.

Pork ter­rine with vine­gar jelly

Steamed pork dumplings HK$250/PER­SON 5+ 7 ROOMS FOR 12-192 PER­SONS HK$200 LUNCH MON TO SAT, 12:00 NOON-3:00 PM; SUN, 9:00 AM-3:00 PM DIN­NER MON TO SUN, 6:00 PM-11:00 PM

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