This old-school style tea house, located in Tai Mo Shan, serves up traditional dim sum including Chinese dumplings, rolls, buns, and other delicacies in classic Cantonese style. Everything here is mostly self-service, down to preparing and pouring your own tea. Many of the vegetables here are sourced from a local farm, which means the dim sum is not only flavourful but also fresh.
The food and drink industry in Hong Kong is flourishing once more, but between new ventures and chain eateries popping up and disappearing quicker than you can say "char siu fan", it's easy to forget about the city's decades-old restaurants that have stood against the test of time. From famous tourist spots to local neighbourhood joints, here are some of the most historical restaurants in Hong Kong you should check out to show your support.
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