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Originating in Guangzhou, Lin Heung Teahouse expanded to Hong Kong in the early 20th century, with this branch in the Central dating back to 1918. Diners will find the most traditional Cantonese flavours here, produced from Lin Heung's decades-old recipes. Old fashioned dishes such as Chinese sausage rolls can be found here, as well as the typical dim sum dishes like siu mai. read more »

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Yam cha (tea time) is a very common term in Hong Kong, and there is no other way to experience this by going to the Maxim’s Palace City Hall restaurant, one of the flagship restaurants of the Maxim’s Group. The prime waterfront location in Central, wide range of dishes and reliability of the Maxim’s name has made the Maxim’s Palace City Hall restaurant popular with the busy working office workers and tourists visiting Hong Kong. The Dim Sum are served on trolleys by staff who pushes it around tables explaining the dishes they have and customers will order and receive the dish directly from these trolleys. read more »

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Located in Kennedy Town, San Hing is a popular eatery known for its delicious dim sum, with customers streaming in as early as 3 a.m when it opens. Giant bamboo towers of dim sum are a common sight here, as staff frantically churn out the wide range of dim sum to cater to the never ending orders. read more »

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Located in Tai Po Hui Market's food court, Lam Kee is a casual dim sum shop that serves simple and delicious Hong Kong fare. Those unfamiliar with Hong Kong dim sum would find this a good place to get acquainted with it, with the small and inexpensive portions perfect for experimentation of various dishes. With its location in the food court, Lam Kee is also the place to go to immerse in the daily life of the locals, where neighbours gather in the communal dining area in the food court, and grannies can even be spotted playing an afternoon game of mahjong here. read more »

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Saam Hui Yaat is a small teahouse located at Pokfulam Road that has been around since the 1960s. Its interior design is simple, and the signs of its age are clearly visible, with its tiled floor, metal fans, altar and furniture all partly covered in grease. Nonetheless, despite all these, it continues to draw locals back again and again with its food, namely its dim sum baskets, featuring popular delights like har gau, cheong fun and steamed rice dishes. read more »

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When you get a midnight craving for dim sum, or when you are looking for a supper spot to catch up with friends, Yue Fu Kitchen is the place to be. Open 24 hours a day, and serving only dim sum, you can be sure of the quality of dim sum here. Experience the local lifestyle by joining in as locals sit outside, wash their utensils in hot water, and then pour the water out onto the street. read more »

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