Chinese Tea and Dumplings

Luk yu tea house, Hong Kong

For its ambience, this is perhaps the most authentic reminder of old Hong Kong. In a clear break with Cantonese fashion, the Luk Yu is neither flooded with cold neon light nor dressed up in gratuitous 1930s decor. Hong Kong business tycoons and gangsters alike can be spotted sealing deals or relaxing with their newspapers in the discreet wooden booths.

Luk yu tea house, Hong Kong

Luk yu tea house, Hong Kong

Staff used to pride themselves on their aloofness, particularly to foreigners, but in recent years company policy has changed. Now, you will be greeted with a smile, a menu in English (if you need it) and friendly, fast service. Head upstairs, where the regulars eat. Come early if you can: before 10am, wrinkly-faced Cantonese waitresses make the rounds with trays of sundry dumplings.

Its pretty much like the Koshy's of Hong Kong !

Luk yu tea house, Hong Kong

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Madhat said...

That's some crazy wide angle on the first picture. Have you cropped it?

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Degenerasian said...

I had dim sum this morning and it was so crowded, loud, dirty and busy.

These pictures make me miss what 'authentic' is.

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