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About Luk Yu Tea House & Restaurant, Hong Kong

Overview of Luk Yu Tea House & Restaurant

On your visit to Hong Kong, consider visiting Luk Yu Tea House & Restaurant. Don't expect lot of visitors to Luk Yu Tea House & Restaurant since it is not a popular tourist spot in Hong Kong.

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Address: Hong Kong, Central, Stanley St, 24-26號號

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Getting around Luk Yu Tea House & Restaurant, Hong Kong

Taxi

It is recommended to take Taxi which will cost you roughly HKD 140, taking around 12 minutes. The distance between the two points is 10.28 Kilometre.

Public Transport : Subway - Subway

The transit method is Subway to Sunny Bay Station, costing around HKD 20. The duration of the trip is 21 minutes. From Sunny Bay Station, take a Subway to Disneyland Resort. The duration of this trip is 6 minutes. It will cost you an approximate expense of HKD 2. The total distance is 23.13 Kilometre.

Public Transport : Bus - Bus

Suggested transit method is Bus. In 32 minutes you'll reach Lantau Link Toll Plaza. The expense of the trip is HKD 34. From Lantau Link Toll Plaza, opt for Bus to Disneyland Resort, the duration of journey is 15 minutes. The expense of the trip is HKD 7. The distance between the points is 27.57 Kilometre.

Taxi

The most preferred mode of transport is Taxi. The transit will take around 21 minutes, covering a distance of 25.96 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly HKD 300.

Car

Take a Car. The total distance will be 25.96 Kilometre costing USD 5 and the duration of the trip will be 21 minutes.

Towncar

It is recommended to take Towncar which will cost you roughly HKD 270, taking around 21 minutes. The distance between the two points is 25.96 Kilometre.

Public Transport : Subway

Best transit method is Subway. The distance is 3.03 Kilometre, costing around HKD 4. The duration of the trip is 6 minutes.

Ferry

Suggested transit method is Ferry. The distance between the points being 1.08 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 6 minutes. The expense of the trip is HKD 3.

Taxi

The most preferred mode of transport is Taxi. The transit will take around 7 minutes, covering a distance of 7.95 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly HKD 110.

Walk

Walking is recommended. The distance is around 2.4 Kilometre and it will take around 48 minutes.

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  • 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 😂

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  • Great place to throw away money as all of the dishes are expensive and the portions are small! They even charge for tea and any sauces that accompany the dishes. Service was terrible as they applied our order wrongly. Despite their mistake they did not deduct anything off the bill as a good gesture. Food is also sub par, there are many many places better than here. Hygiene wise the place is sub par, there are cleaner places out there. I am truly astonished that this place has so much business, seems people like to pay premium for pretty bad quality food.

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  • I wish I would've read all the comments before going there on my first night in Hong Kong. I wonder if they have a price for locals and one for tourists. Decent portions for 2 but 120HKD for a bowl of soup? Expensive, charged for items we didn't know we would (tea/sauce) and AC was freaking cold. Service was nice tho, and they were changing our plates at every plates. But I'd never go there again.

  • Very pricey. Cant tell from the restaurant decoration. Cashier purposely holding the receipt not letting me to keep the receipt. Hkd33 per person for just tea. Spent total hkd370 for one baked rib rice, broth and one dim sum. Triple the cost spent in Lin Heong old restaurant. Although not bad for food, Don't think anyone would come back. Looks like it is not for tourist but just for local.

  • Great if you want an additional tourist tax added. We went here for lunch yesterday. Food was good but expensive for dim sum. We only ordered a few dishes but some took over 40 minutes to arrive. When the BBQ pork buns arrived, they were steamed and not baked but they decided not to mention this: perhaps they thought as foreigners we would not notice. At the very end we ordered steamed vegetables that we saw being served next to us. Big mistake - as we didn't order from the menu, they thought they would charge $130 for a plate of Chinese cabbage. Great, would not recommend.

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