It is a traditional Hong Kong meal with mixed Oriental and western styles. The food are good. The prices are reasonable and the services are up to standard. It is a pity it will be moving from Central to Wanchai soon.
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imagine this is some kind of HK home cooking. Very comforting. Cosy and friendly ambience. Food variety is good. We ordered broccoli with eggs, prawn toast, pigeon, fried prawn with egg yolk, corn soup, honey french toast with peanut butter (this is the most sinful...More
I went with my colleague which lives in HK. He ordered assortments of local food and drink. I really recommend trying things out as the cuisine is very eclectic and mixes various things. For drinks, try the coke with the chocolate ice-cream, it is pretty...More
We found Loyal Dining after wandering around after just landing off of our long haul flight. My friend is vegetarian so it was a little hard for us to find something local that looked like it would work for her, and then we found Loyal...More
I was somewhat surprised by some other reviews which rated this restaurant as over priced. Yes, it is on Wellington Street so was never going to be cheap but for the quality of the food, the service and ambience, I found it to represent very...More
The Dim Sum in the day is pretty good. However the dinner menu food is hardly fine cuisine, the portions are paltry and the prices are punching above the food's weight.
When we peered into the window of Loyal Dining we saw a bustling place packed full of Hong Kongese - a multitude of different nationalities all chatting and chomping away. We were immediately sold on Loyal Dining from then on in! We were greeted by...More
We arrived at three so there were plenty of seats to be had and the restaurant was relatively quiet. Some afternoon tea set(Chinese selection) and ala carte dim sums. We tried the steamed rice rolls with charsiew,which was divine with the added cilantro that lifted...More
Loyal Dining is a nice and lovely place in Wellington Street in the busy Central District, less than 10 walking minutes from Central MTR Station. The restaurant offers a nice and good selection of Chinese dishes (eg. Dim Sum) and Western dishes (eg. Club Sandwich)...More