Dai Kee - Hongkong
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Directions to Dai Kee
Dai Kee is a restaurant which specializes in Cantonese dishes and desserts. From outside one can see the colorful menus that litter the front of the establishment. Inside is a bit cramped and always full of the restaurant’s patrons.
Dai Kee has an a la carte menu which contains dim sum, noodles, fried snacks, and desserts. For starters, try the customizable Snacks Platter where you can select 4 different choices of deep fried items like Deep Fried Cheese Wanton and the Deep Fried Squid Roll. Afterwards, choose from an assortment of Chinese Steamed Cakes for dessert.
Dai Kee accepts cash only. Visit Langham Place Shopping Centre if you have nothing else to do after.
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