We were looking inside Silvercord in Tsim Sha Tsui for Ho Choi Seafood Restuarant, but in its place is Grand Hall restaurant. It serves the same exact food, except they did major renovations and changed their name. This was confirmed by our waitress and is still operated by the Ho Choi Group. They own various restaurants all across Hong Kong.
We went around 11:30 and it was quite empty until around 1pm. It got really busy around 1pm. We ordered a bunch of different dim sum dishes for a group of 9. There were so many dishes that it was hard to keep track of whats what.
Rice Rolls, Deep Fried Wontons, and Beef Stuffed in Rice rolls.
These all tasted pretty good especially with the sauces they are accompanied with. There were so many sauces on our table that it was hard to remember which sauce goes with what dish. As long as you dunk the rice rolls into a dark sauce, you’ll be alright.
Minced Meat Balls was very moist and contained a variety of items inside the meatball. Very delicious!
Minced Chicken on Steamed Rice tasted ok, but was a bit dry and could have used some more sauce.
This was another rice dish, but I don’t remember what this is.
Spring Rolls look like long bread sticks! It was so weird seeing them in this form!
Steamed Pork Dumplings (Xiao Long Bao) comes in 4 pieces. The skin was very thin, so no matter how carefully you picked it up, it would always break.
Big Dumpling in Soup tasted very good. The broth was delicious and the seafood stuffed inside was yummy.
Double Steamed Milk was so delicious and melted in your mouth like custard. So good!
Overall, the meal was pretty solid. Some items were a hit and miss, but it was a good venue for a large family gathering.
Words of Wisdom:
- Great for large parties
- Decent Prices
- Gets busy around 1pm
- Lots of tables
- Recently renovated and clean
We Rate Grand Hall:
3 / F, Silvercord, 30 Canton Road, Tsim Sha