Luk Yu Tea House & Restaurant, Hong Kong

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  • Address: Hong Kong, Central, Stanley St, 24-26號號
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Luk Yu Tea House & Restaurant, Hong Kong Reviews

  • The dim sum here is famously delicious but comes at a hefty price tag. What you get in exchange, is traditional Hong Kong cuisine and service - fast and functional - in a setting that has remained largely unchanged through the decades. From the chairs carved with their names to their distinctive ordering menu, it's best to come with a local or someone who speaks Cantonese to ensure everything goes smoothly. The first level is usually kept for distinguished guests but the other levels are full of character in their own right. Enjoy the trip down memory lane.

  • Refused to seat us saying it was "full" but there was hardly anyone there. Went back later when different people were working and were sat immediately. Terrible tea and dumplings were not anything special. Pork buns not good.

  • The food was always good but the waiters were as per usual, their obnoxious self. I normally frequent this establishment a couple of times a year because of friends visiting from abroad. However, without fail, from the moment I set foot to being shown a table, not a smile nor basic greetings was made by the waiters. Customers were made to feel a nuisance by having the audacity of being there. It was a rather embarrassing experience and not the first time either. I spoke to other people about this and was told that the waiters treat every non regulars with equal disdain, nothing personal! I wonder is this their unique selling point. The reason is simple, they don't need us and conversely, and the non regulars can spend their money elsewhere. By the way, almost all the four and five stars reviews are written by the local guides whereas the lower ratings are not. Without the local guides the average rating would be around two 😂

  • Old school dim sum tea house in wood and brass decor. The selection of food here is also of old classics, such pork liver siu mai, steamed red date pudding, and crunchy sesame and lotus paste in a steamed bun. Fine Chinese teas are also a treat here. It is possible to have your tea leaves in a personal tea cup instead of a teapot, so each pour is fresh to drink and companions may enjoy different teas. It gets busy even on a week day morning ao i suggest booking or go before 9am for breakfast.

  • Old fashioned Chinese tea house serving traditional Cantonese dim sum and dishes. Tea is excellent. Quite expensive.

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