An elegant, old world teahouse with wooden chairs and paintings for decoration, creating a traditional atmosphere. This three-story restaurant is usually the busiest at Sunday brunch time; regulars get a table in the more luxurious downstairs dining room, non-regulars get shunted upstairs! One of the more authentic dim sum experiences in Hong Kong – sometimes misses the mark, but usually delicious.
Luk Yu Building, 24-26 Stanley Street, Central, Hong Kong
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