Cantonese/Dim Sum

A stylish restaurant with an interior harking back to Hong Kong’s past.  Serves delicious dim sum and traditional Cantonese fare and unlike other dim sum restaurants, the lights are low and it has a calm and peaceful atmosphere.
Traditional Chinese food and dim-sum served amidst a contemporary setting.
John Anthony, a Chinese restaurant that was created to push the boundaries of culinary innovation and sustainability, occupies a 7,000 square foot space at Lee Garden. The restaurant has 3 custom-built barbecues, a highly customized kitchen and unique interior designed and built with sustainability in mind in hopes to set a new standard of environmental …
Lin Heung Kui is one of those places that you need to check out if you are looking for authentic Cantonese food. They are one of the few places in town that still use carts to serve dim sum with a menu that rotates daily.  It is the sister restaurant to Lin Heung Tea House …
Located in Hong Kong Park, Lok Cha is an elegant choice for tea and vegetarian dim sum.  Also offers tea classes and tea-ware for sale.  Closed every second Tuesday of the month.
One of the oldest and most famous tea houses in HK. Expect to see waiters carrying dim sums trays around their necks, beautiful stained glass windows but not always the most friendly service.
Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong will embark on a six-month renovation program beginning in August to upgrade and refresh the dining facilities located on the top floor. The renovation will see Pierre Gagnaire’s Michelin starred restaurant close after 14 years, while Man Wah will be expanded into the space currently occupied by M Bar. Prior to …
One of Hong Kong’s most famous dim sum restaurants.  The interior is rather ornate, with huge chandeliers and heavy drapes, but the food and the views over the harbour more than make up for it. It’s perfect for families, groups and a good place to appreciate local cuisine.  They don’t take reservations, so be prepared …
A very traditional dim sum restaurant with live cooking in the middle of the restaurant and the old fashioned trolleys moving through the restaurant to help you make your selection.  Very good for a casual weekend dim sum lunch and welcoming to kids.  
With two Michelin stars, Ming Court showcases modern Cantonese cooking and ingredients at their best. The restaurant is adorned with fine art and the decor is modern and stylish.  To add to the experience, the wine pairing menu allows you to try the best of the food and wine on offer.