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West Villa Restaurant, Causeway Bay

I am slowly making the rounds of dim sum places in Hong Kong. A friend was visiting from Singapore, originally from Sydney, and we have known each other for a while now. I suggested the West Villa Restaurant which is located in Causeway Bay – apparently it is a new location, Lee Gardens. Reservations are still highly recommended as the place was buzzing and busy.

There were about 6 of us – the more people the better, which means we can eat more! We started with the soy chicken which was served in a clay pot and steaming hot! The chicken incredibly tender, and Dragon enjoyed it very much.


The individual xiao long bau were also fantastic! The skin was a little thicker than those you get from Din Tai Fung but it was still good. Lots of juice so make sure you wait until it has cooled down before putting the whole thing in your mouth!


Dim sum is really incomplete for me without chicken feet – I know it is not everyone’s cup of tea but it is a must order for me.


These vegetarian dumplings were great – translucent pastry with lots of fillings.


I didn’t have any of the pork and thousand year old egg congee but everyone seemed to have enjoyed it. I only eat congee when I am sick, otherwise no thank you.


The bbq pork bun was indeed very fluffy. My favourite would still have to be from Man Wah – the bun and filling are the best I have eaten thus far.


The bbq pork rice rolls were good – we also ordered the beef and the prawns.


The fried bbq pork bun was definitely a favourite of mine. Was it as good as Tim Ho Wan? Possibly and we didn’t have to wait 45 minutes for it.


For dessert, we ordered a couple of egg tarts, mango and pomelo dessert and doufuhua which is dessert made with very soft tofu. The egg tarts were ok, I still prefer the one from teo cheong bakery but the doufuhua had lots of ginger which was good.

The food was definitely good, the service unfortunately was a bit of a hit and miss. It was so lovely catching up with my old friend, A – can’t wait to see you again in Hong Kong or Singapore. You can never go wrong with Dim Sum right?

Have a great weekend and happy eating!

GA’s ratings: 7.5 / 10

West Villa Restaurant

Room 101-102, 1/F

Lee Garden Phase 2

28 Yan Ping Road

Causeway Bay

Ph: +852 2882 2110

  1. chocolatesuze
    February 14, 2014 at 10:53 am

    awww individual xlb in its own little steamer basket is so cute! but so lonely.. did you have to order multiples for everyone?

  2. February 15, 2014 at 12:06 am

    Hehe we think the same way. The more people definitely the better to try more food, especially Chinese food which is just perfect for groups!

  3. February 16, 2014 at 12:08 pm

    Agree with you about chicken feet. It’s not proper yum cha until you have a steamer of those on the table! lol

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