Dim Sum at Maxim’s Palace Chinese Restaurant (Sha Tin)

Maxim's Palace Chinese Restaurant

Maxim’s Palace Chinese Restaurant located at Podium, Sha Tin Town Hall, 1 Yuen Wo Road, Sha Tin in Hong Kong

Sept 30, 2016 –  美心皇宮 Maxim’s Palace Chinese Restaurant.

The dim sum posts continue!  Here are the dim sum that we ate at Maxim’s Palace Chinese Restaurant in Sha Tin (near the Sha Tin Town Hall and shopping complex).  

I was really impressed with the size of the restaurant.  Considering that Hong Kong has very limited space available for housing and there are cramped spaces and crowds everywhere, the size of this restaurant was truly fitting of its name — “palace”.  (Their website says that they can seat 600 people!)

Maxim's Palace Chinese Restaurant Sha Tin

Look at all that space!!

Maxim's Palace Chinese Restaurant Sha Tin chandelier

Beautiful chandeliers

They served traditional dim sum here and it was advertised right on their menu with the allure of the menu cover title announcing “classic Cantonese dishes and dim sum”.  We ordered our picks on an order sheet and submitted it.  The food arrived not long afterwards.

We got a really nice view next to the window too which showed the neighbouring apartments and park area.

Maxim's Palace Chinese Restaurant window view

What a really nice peaceful view outside the window!

Dim sum menus:

Maxim's Palace Chinese Restaurant dim sum menu

First page of the dim sum menu

Maxim's Palace Chinese Restaurant dim sum menu

The inside of the dim sum menu

Maxim's Palace Chinese Restaurant dim sum menu

Dim sum menu

Maxim's Palace Chinese Restaurant dim sum dessert menu

Dim sum dessert menu

The dim sum we ordered:

 Steamed Dumplings

Steamed Dumplings

 Deep-Fried Minced Pork Dumplings (Served with Soup)

Deep-Fried Minced Pork Dumplings (Served with Soup)

Deep-Fried Milk Custard Rolls

Deep-Fried Milk Custard Rolls

 Steamed chicken feet

Steamed chicken feet

 Steamed vegetarian rice roll

Steamed vegetarian rice roll

 Shrimp and pork dumplings

Shrimp and pork dumplings

 House Fried Vermicelli

House Fried Vermicelli

 Pan-Fried White Sugar Pudding

Pan-Fried White Sugar Pudding

Chilled Black Sesame Rolls

Chilled Black Sesame Rolls

 Steamed Buns

Steamed Buns

There were still a lot of people waiting in line for a table when we left.

Maxim's Palace Chinese Restaurant interior

People waited in line after taking a number from the automated ticket machine

The grand Maxim’s Palace, of which their parent company owns several restaurants in Hong Kong.  Maybe that’s why they have the capacity and ability to own so many large restaurants.

Maxim's Palace Chinese Restaurant exterior

The storefront of the restaurant

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