LUK YU TEA HOUSE Central Hong Kong

LUK YU TEA HOUSE Central Hong Kong

LUK YU TEA HOUSE
ENTRANCE
THE MENU

FRESH SHRIMP DUMPLINGS
SHRIMP & PORK MEAT DUMPLINGS
STEAMED SPARE RIBS IN BEAN SAUCE

STEAMED BARBECUED PORK BUN

STEAMED RICE WITH SHRIMPS WRAPPED IN FRESH LOTUS LEAVES


ROASTED DUCK MEAT & CHESTNUT PIE
THE DINING AREA

Established in 1933, Luk Yu Tea House is an HK institution boasting colonial style design and serving the city’s traditional dim sum dishes. The tea house gained notoriety in 2002 when a prestigious businessman was assassinated while dining on the premises.  Today you will see loyal local customers and businessmen returning time after time for the delicious food and classic ambiance. We loved the traditional feel upon arrival and incredibly polite service. Many of our usual dim sum dishes were available but tasted more fresh and flavourful than the typical restaurant.  Favourite dishes included the fresh shrimp dumplings, the shrimp and pork meat dumplings and the roasted duck meat & chestnut pie. A perfect spot to bring the parents or visitors for an authentic dim sum experience.

Luk Yu Tea House, G/F-3/F, 24 Stanley Street, Central
2523 5464

3 Comments

  1. I visited the place with a friend and the bill came up to HKD431 and we only ordered 6 items! Each normal dish (3 pieces of siew mai, etc) costs HKD45, rice dish costs HKD98, chinese tea HKD64. These are about 4 times the norm. To put this into context: my previous mean at One Dim Sum was about HKD150 – much more items and taste much better.

    The more I think about it, the more I feel that this restaurant is a scam. Overseas customers are ushered to the third floor whereas locals sit at the first and second floors. Menu does not indicate prices. They have a separate one for locals.

    Avoid this place!

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