Maxim's Palace Chinese RestaurantCurrently Closed
- Address: B13-B18, B/F, Shun Tak Centre, 168-200 Connaught Road Central, Sheung Wan, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
- Timings: 09:00 am - 03:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
Maxim's Palace Chinese Restaurant - Review
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Maxim's Palace Chinese Restaurant, Hong Kong Reviews
One of the few places in town to have some traditional Chinese dim sum (and sold in the traditional way on trolleys). I always order the 'dumpling filled with soup' and it never fails me. There is also a full variety of dessert dim sum. Need to go there early to secure a place for lunch, preferably before 11:45.
Classy and cool to have the carts being pushed around with dim sum to order (with English and Chinese). Slightly underwhelmed with food though. Good for the experience but expect long wait ~30-40 mins at lunch.
Dim sum wise, they are just ok. Dim sum in 2/F, Crown Plaza hotel, Causeway bay is much better. However, service of this restaurant is very good. I think the best among other Maxim’s restaurants. They serve dim sum in the traditional / old way - dim sum carts. Although it is crowded all the times, their ceiling is high which you wouldn’t find it too noisy. I deducted 2 stars for long waiting time and dim sum quality.
One of few Chinese restaurants in Central where one can enjoy quite decent dim sum with good varieties. Environment is high standard & grandeur. Better queue up early once the restaurant opens for lunch because many eager customers go early to secure tables. Dim sum are not cheap though.
Go early, expect high prices and so-so food. If you don't read any more than that, this will be your most important takeaway. I visited the dim sum restaurant pretty late in the day (2.30, after a half an hour wait), just before they closed for cleaning, and was not impressed by my experience. There wasn't much left when we got here and from the selection that we had, I wasn't sure why this place is so popular. I am aware that this could be due to our arriving when maybe the food isn't as "fresh" but I do think that standards should be maintained regardless. And it's dim sum - how bad can it get over a few hours? We had steam shrimp dumplings, steam pork dumplings, barbecued pork buns, fried squids with spicy salt and some weird prawn paste and tofu thing that my fiancé mistakenly ordered. Nothing stood out particularly for me. Mind you, I'm not saying it's bad, but it's not great / mind blowing. It was all food I could get at any reasonably priced dim sum place anywhere else. I would even be willing to accept a decrease in quality for a lower price. For nearly 300 HKD, the food we had was definitely NOT worth the cost. Neither the ambience nor the service made up for this - I could barely see the view of the harbor with the crowd in the restaurant and when we were seated, the service staff laying out the table just tossed the plates in front of us. They were generally impatient and (I find I keep using this word about Chinese restaurants) surly. Tl;dr: visit if you want to say that you did, but it's REALLY not worth it. I'm saying this as someone who's visited enough dim sum places in my time.