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Maxim's Palace

ChineseDim Sum

$$$$Perfect For:BrunchClassic Establishment

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If you’re looking for classic dim sum, Maxim’s Palace in Central is where you want to be. There are views of Victoria Harbour, chandeliers hanging from the ceiling, and trolleys piled high with dumplings. Waits are kind of inevitable, and the whole thing is pretty touristy, but this place is a classic for a reason.

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