Dimsum carts were used, traditional dimsums were served, wil go back again. It helps if a small tipping is given to the waiter who serves you!
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Lin Heung Kui is a very traditional Tea House. When i first stepped inside, the whole tea house was very busy, lots of people standing around, all the tables are full. Cashier told us to find our own seats. We are supposed to share table...More
My sister & I visited this restaurant twice, plus takeaway one night as well. The actual restaurant is on the 2nd floor, via a lift. Don't forget to check out the interesting wedding cookie tins in the ground floor shop. Very little English is spoken,...More
This restaurant is a branch of the original store in Central. It maintains the old-fashioned setting and keeps a menu dating back to the 50s. The dim sum, however, is not as good as the old shop. Fried noodles with beef, in contrast, is better...More
The dim sum here is very good, but you have to be resilient. The wait staff look at you blankly & don't even attempt to answer the most simple questions - is this chicken/pork etc? It's not personal, its cultural & there's very few tourists...More
I can speak the language, accustomed to dim sum however this was a bad experience on a few factors. Quality of dim sum was not great, go to tim ho wan or any of the dim sum restaurants in kowloon. Too busy, it took us...More