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Lin Heung Tea House information
In the morning, this famous tea house is packed, just as it was in 1926, with older men reading newspapers. Dim sum (from HK$12), served from trolleys, is quickly snapped up, so hover near the kitchen if you want more choices.
The big bun and liver siu mai are coveted items, prized more for their nostalgic value than their taste. But the lotus-root patties and the braised stuffed duck ($150, advance booking required) live up to their reputation.