Say it’s one of those weekend nights when you’re out drinking until the bars close at two, and there’s no way you’re going back home to the baby carrots and Kraft singles in your crisper drawer. Instead, spend your last hour out at Hong Kong Bistro eating made-to-order dim sum. Stick with the fried pork buns and the soup dumplings, and add on some of the delicious honey walnut prawns. Don’t forget a mango freeze with coconut milk and sago for the ride home.
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