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Super Star Seafood Restaurant @ Nathan Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui


The hongkonger friend highly recommended Super Star for molten custard pau and surely, a local should know better. Super Star is quite a major chain in Hongkong, located quite extensively around Tsim Sha Tsui and for breakfast, they have a flat rate of HKD 12 on dimsum items from 10am onwards. I was amused when they deactivated the elevators until 10am exactly.

hkd12 for all

Discounted rates!


Feels so banquet-ish.

all ready

Usual table layout.

super star menu

More options if you're not heading the dimsum-way!

peanuts and anchovies

Anchovies and nuts which I could not stop nibbling at.

toppled siewmai

Steamed Siu Mai (HKD 6 each)
Their signature siew mai sold by piece with a minimum order of two. Served just the way it was photographed - toppled. Nothing to scream about, rather ordinary infact.

fried siew mai with egg yolk

Deep fried Shrimp Dumpling with Egg Yolk

A first for me! Surprisingly, even after deepfrying..these do not lose the moist fillings nor become too dry. It's a shrimp dumpling with a crispy skin and delicious salted egg coated stuffings. Not too bad...!

molten custard pau shot

Creamy Custard Bun

molten custard pau

Fell flat in disappointment, completely. Bun was way too soft to hold up the molten filling. In this case, it was too watery.

bunny dimsum - sweet potato

Baked Sweet Potato Puff in Rabbit Shape (HKD 24)

Ocean and Dragon-I are a few who have started this whole cutesy-kiddie range of dimsum to lure the tots. Reviews for both locally have been subpar; cute to look at, so-so to consume.
That, was exactly the case of these baked sweet potato dumplings.

ate the ears

Skin was too thick and sticky while sweet potato filling was nothing but a ball of mush. Just o-k-a-y at best.

I was not too satisfied with breakfast at Super fact, disappointed. Service was alright as I would expect coming from a restaurant right smack in TST.

Super Star Seafood Restaurant
1/F., Tsimshatsui Mansion, 83-97 Nathan Road,, Tsim Sha Tsui

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