Luk Yu Tea House & Restaurant
- Address: Hong Kong, Central, Stanley St, 24-26號號
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Luk Yu Tea House & Restaurant, Hong Kong Reviews
Really bad service, we arrive at the front door at 8:40pm. The doorman is good. Once we walk in, 3 servers started staring at us and no one try to greet us. So I explain is two of us. after 10sec, finally have one guy walk toward to the dinning area but without say a single word. Once we seated, rush us to order tea, and we asked what kind of tea they have, they don't even bother to answer than dropped us the menu and start telling us they will closed at 10pm. I checked my watch, still 8:45pm, We are rush to order two dishes, food is okay but nothing really great. than at 9:30pm. the serve came again and last order. I was pretty surprise and look at him. I through already last order at 8:45pm otherwise why so rushed. he ask again twice and at the same time rushing to clear up our dish even foods still there. Foods is way over prices, service is the worst Hong Kong restaurant ever. I lived here and may be me and my friend not the regular there but I will never ever come here again. Never have a local restaurant I will spend my time to write a comment but they should feel shame about their service.
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.
Terrible service, wouldn’t recommend. Only available menu is in traditional Chinese with no pictures, and the waiters are rude and wouldn’t assist you. Check out other nearby eating places with proper menus instead if you don’t want to ruin your mood!
Historic place. Average food. Slightly rude service.
A quiet teahouse compared to others I've tried, supposedly a famous tourist destination but I enjoyed my time here as we were not hurried in any way. The food options had many buns but also had a fair share of the typical siewmai (meat and prawn) hargow (prawn dumpling) that is a must-have. Their malaigao is also soft, fluffy and not too sweet. I thought the milk tart was too strong for my liking, would have preferred an egg tart! And the large buns could do with more generous filling. Overall worth a try if you're in the area and don't want to fight for your dimsum but yet have a nice local experience.
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