For a blast from the past, take tiny to Luk Yu Tea House for traditional tea and dim sum. First opened on Wing Kut Street in the 1930s and relocated to Stanley Street in the 1970s, the traditional 3-story restaurant makes time stand still.
The dim sum at this legendary Hong Kong institution is a must! If you have trouble reading the traditional dim sum sheet, ask for an English menu to order the freshly made signature dim sum, including shrimp dumplings, crispy chicken stuffed with rice, rice rolls, and more…all ready to be served hot. The space among tables is large enough for strollers, so little gourmets in buggies are welcome. They also provide high chairs for children.
It’s also a feast for your eyes with the well preserved decoration, including Chinese calligraphy masterpieces, small vases, an abacus, screens, ceiling fans, an antique clock…even the bowls and spoons are specifically designed and made for Luk Yu.