Dumpling overload in Hong Kong at the world's cheapest Michelin-star restaurant
17:30 AEST Sat Sep 15 2012
Always in search of the best food in town, Dermott asks locals where he should go. In Hong Kong, it had to be Tim Ho Wan restaurant. It just kept being recommended as a "not to miss" place.
Tim Ho Wan is a traditional hole-in-the-wall canteen and is the world's cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant. Some of those elite establishments can cost a couple of thousand dollars a meal, but this little gem in Mong Kok is the big exception.
Baskets of dim sum sell for as little as $10 and around 750 signature crispy pork buns are devoured every day.