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Breakfast And Dinner At Hong Kong Garden Seafood Restaurant, Las Vegas

AMAZING BREAKFAST!

The next morning around 10am, a friend came to fetch us for breakfast.  Originally from Hongkong but married and staying here in Las Vegas, so naturally, our breakfast is none other than the Hongkong Dim Sum.  Since she is a local there, she knows where to get the best and yet reasonably priced dim sum, it is at Hong Kong Garden Seafood Restaurant at Spring Mountain Road. 

We ordered quite a lot and to our surprise, the bill came to around $50 only.  Not too bad for a meal for five of us.
Part of the food we ordered.... 
Dim sum is served every now and then ....
Braised Beef stripes and tendons with radish...
After our meal, we went shopping at the Premium Outlets at downtown....
Spent a couple of hours and I am so glad I got this!
Bose Bluetooth Speaker ... $120
Been waiting to get this... 
For evening dinner, we went to the same restaurant again!!

We had fried noodles with beef... 
We ordered this too... 
And one plate of mixed vegetables....
Nice?
The answer is on his expression!
LOL... 


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  2. Dim sum! Looked good. We had dim sum for lunch today.

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  3. Dim sum and dinner look so delicious! Makes me hungry!

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  4. Glorious spread of dim sum! We just had dim sum for breakfast...now u make me wanna have dim sum again tomorrow

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  5. So cheap! Beef tripe, you mean, not stripes? I would love that...an dthe tendons too!

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  6. Guess this is close enough and way better than the food back home. If earning usd then the price is affordable.

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  7. the price is very reasonable with the amount of food that u all ordered.

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  8. That plate of Lor Mai Kai looks very big.
    I found the American Dim Sum tio be good like Hong Kong styled.

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