Dim sum lovers are going to love Lin Heung Tea House. This traditional tea house, full of shared tables and noisy ceiling fans, serves up some of the tastiest and most authentic dim sum in town! Chow down on shark lips, chicken feet, and crispy pigeon with fellow Trabblrs and discuss your love for all things Asia! Be advised, though, that little English is spoken here, so either encourage a Cantonese friend to sign up as well or start figuring out how to pantomime "potstickers". And a second warning: as soon as the food trolleys are brought out, act fast - if you don't, you just might leave hungry.
Meeting point: We recommend meeting as a group in front of the restaurant near the red fire hydrant. This place is always crowded but the lines move quickly so don't despair! To reach Lin Heung Tea House, take the Island Line to the Sheung Wan stop.
Leaders, dim sum service starts at around 6am and ends at 3:30pm everyday. Dim sum isn't served at dinner, which starts at 6pm. Instead you will be treated to endangered Hong Kong-style dishes, including the signature eight treasure duck.