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A not-so-well-kept se­cret which ac­cepts walk-ins only, Yard­bird opened in 2011 as a buzzy, mod­ern Ja­panese iza­kaya cel­e­brat­ing chicken from neck to tail, grilled over Bin­tochan char­coal. Ex­pect a wait, so grab a cock­tail by the bar. It’s worth it. 154-158 Wing Lok Street, She­ung Wan. Closed on Sun­days Brother-and-sis­ter duo Alex and Laura Offe merge Hong Kong, North African and Mid­dle Eastern cul­tures to­gether in street food, giv­ing mod­ern flavours a twist cater­ing to lo­cal palates at Bedu. Veg­e­tar­ian and gluten-free op­tions avail­able. 40 Gough Street, Cen­tral For lo­cal din­ing, head to Lin He­ung Tea House for a 1950s dim sum ex­pe­ri­ence, Kam Wah Café for a fresh pineap­ple bun, or Mak’s Noo­dle for a bowl of won­ton noo­dles.

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