Duddell’s New All-Day Dim Sum and Set Menus

Duddell’s New All-Day Dim Sum and Set Menus

Enjoy great-value menus served up in the salon

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Jenni Lien  Jenni Lien  on 27 Mar '20


You may have heard that Hong Kong media platforms have recently come together to launch United We Dine, which encourages Hong Kongers in good health to eat out and support local businesses. It’s been a really tough time for our city’s restaurant scene, with both small and large restaurants closing and lots of jobs at stake. So, if you are healthy and feel comfortable, consider checking out the limited-time menus that are part of United We Dine (on until 30 April 2020) or other well-priced menus now on offer.

Duddell’s Hong Kong


Duddell’s offers special United We Dine menus, but we recently visited to try their all-day dim sum menu ($238 per person) and five-course all-day set menu ($368/person, minimum 2 people), available in their fourth-floor salon (no end date).

This Michelin-starred restaurant, helmed by Chef Li Man-Lung, likely doesn’t need much introduction, as it’s been serving up stylish, authentic Cantonese food for several years now, but it’s a good time to try some of their best dishes with these special deals.

Duddell’s Hong Kong

Duddell’s Hong Kong

Duddell’s Hong Kong

Duddell’s Hong Kong

Duddell’s Hong Kong


All-day dim sum menu

Enjoy a selection of Duddell’s best dim sum (one piece each) along with a glass of house wine or selected cocktail (+$120). Available weekdays from 12pm and weekends from 3pm.

  • Duddell’s shrimp dumpling
  • Pork and shrimp dumpling with conpoy
  • Spinach dumpling with fungus
  • Crispy BBQ pork bun
  • Truffle fried pork dumpling
  • Shrimp spring roll with garlic
  • Steamed fried rice in lotus leaf or braised Chinese cabbage with shiitake mushroom


Duddell’s Hong Kong

Duddell’s Hong Kong

Duddell’s Hong Kong


All-day set menu

With this five-course set, you’ll get a modern take on some Cantonese classics along with a glass of house wine or selected cocktail (+$120).

  • BBQ pork and crispy pork belly
  • Crispy prawn with salted egg yolk
  • Diced crispy chicken with chilli
  • Sautéed seasonal vegetable with garlic
  • Fried noodles in supreme soy sauce

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The salon, which opens up to a vibrant terrace, is a particularly lovely space for having a leisurely meal. Enjoy it now and as the weather gets warmer.


3/F, Shanghai Tang Mansion, 1 Duddell Street, Central, 2525 9191, book online


This write-up is based on a complimentary media tasting provided in exchange for an honest review and no monetary compensation. The opinions expressed here represent the author’s.


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Jenni Lien

Jenni Lien

Will travel far for food. Blogs at www.jenniexplores.com.

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