The beautifully restored Fu Hao Restaurant, located only a few minutes’ walk from the Central Station, is known as one of the best Dim Sum venues in town. Dim Sum are biteable-sized tiny dishes served throughout China. Fillings include fish, vegetables, meat, or poultry usually wrapped in a thin dough or cabbage leaves. They are either steamed, boiled, pan-fried, braised, or deep-fried and usually served with dips of ginger, chilli, hoisin sauce, and oyster sauce. The tiny dishes are all freshly-made and usually served one-by-one, so guests can appreciate each serving and savour the wonderful flavours. Dim Sum are eaten using chop sticks, and traditionally, tea or Chinese beer is served with the meal.