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I took a visiting family to this interesting place for dim sum. It was also my first time and I wasn't disappointed.
The restaurant is very basic but clean. The dim sum variety is good and there are some cute dim sum that looked like...More
I really liked Tyfun Dim Sum. It’s not your traditional dim sum place with carts. You order off the menu and there are s ton of very interesting dishes. Both prawn dishes are excellent. The tofu dish (can’t remember dish name) so good. I highly...More
It’s not often I go to a restaurant that has no receptionist or greeter especially at peak hours but this is the exception. Arrived on a busy Sunday lunchtime and yet nobody was on the reception. We eventually wondered into the Restaurant to gain someone’s...More
Selected this restaurant for a family lunch due to good reviews and convenience. Once sat down, we only found 2 paper menus on the table for selection. Saw a plastic stand with daily special on the next 2 tables and requested to take a look...More
On a family holiday we just had to have Dim Sum in Hong Kong. On one of our daily adventures we ended up in Lee Garden One and found Tyfun. The food was yummy and the service great. My brother had never had Oolong tea...More
We came here with friends. This place serve the best cow stomach in Hong Kong . If u like 金錢肚- stomach of cow . U must try it here.
Fried beef noodle is good too. Shrimp pot noodles taste really good. But it Still has...More
Date of visit: May 2018
GaiaGroup_Management, Guest Relations Manager at Tyfun Dim Sum (Lee Garden One), responded to this reviewResponded May 7, 2018
Thanks for an amazing review, we really appreciate you taking the time to share your experience. We're so glad everything hit the spot! That's exactly what we like to hear.
Come see us again whenever you’re in town!
LOCATION: Lee Gardens 1, 4th floor
This is maximisation of space to the highest order. There is a Starbucks on the 3rd floor. Then u wonder, how do I get to 4th floor? There is an escalator leading up and a flight of stairs. This...More
Date of visit: January 2018
GaiaGroup_Management, Guest Relations Manager at Tyfun Dim Sum (Lee Garden One), responded to this reviewResponded January 23, 2018
Good afternoon MouMou, thank you so much for the review. I'm glad that you've had the chance to share your dining experience with us. Looking forward to having you dine with us again!
Have a great day!
Came here with family. 2 of us eat seafood and 2 don’t. We ordered pork dumplings with no crab roe, pan fried pork dumplings with chinese chives and the chicken and mushroom steamed buns. The pork dumplings turned up and had shrimp on top, and...More
Good, detailed, helpful, tasty. As westerners in what I felt would be more Western but wasn't this place ticked the boxes - there were items on the menu that appealed to us and everything was good. We started with dim sum and ordered, squid tentacles...More
Date of visit: September 2017
GaiaGroup_Management, Guest Relations Manager at Tyfun Dim Sum (Lee Garden One), responded to this reviewResponded October 13, 2017
Many thanks for your review and for choosing our restaurant. We are happy that you enjoyed your visit and we are looking forward to having you again to offer great service. Regards.
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