A waitress wheels a dim sum cart at Lin Heung Kui restaurant in Sheung Wan. Priscilla Wong enjoys taking guests to the Sheung Wan restaurant for the old-style dim sum experience. Photo: Jonathan Wong A waitress wheels a dim sum cart at Lin Heung Kui restaurant in Sheung Wan. Priscilla Wong enjoys taking guests to the Sheung Wan restaurant for the old-style dim sum experience. Photo: Jonathan Wong
A waitress wheels a dim sum cart at Lin Heung Kui restaurant in Sheung Wan. Priscilla Wong enjoys taking guests to the Sheung Wan restaurant for the old-style dim sum experience. Photo: Jonathan Wong

A Hong Kong tea house founder on her love of old-style dim sum culture, and her guilty pleasure – buffets

  • A restaurant should say something about the culture of a place, says Priscilla Wong, which is why she likes taking guests to traditional dim sum restaurants
  • She likes hotel French restaurants for relaxed dinners and conversation with visitors, and sometimes gives in to the temptation of a good buffet

Topic |   Hong Kong dining recommendations
A waitress wheels a dim sum cart at Lin Heung Kui restaurant in Sheung Wan. Priscilla Wong enjoys taking guests to the Sheung Wan restaurant for the old-style dim sum experience. Photo: Jonathan Wong A waitress wheels a dim sum cart at Lin Heung Kui restaurant in Sheung Wan. Priscilla Wong enjoys taking guests to the Sheung Wan restaurant for the old-style dim sum experience. Photo: Jonathan Wong
A waitress wheels a dim sum cart at Lin Heung Kui restaurant in Sheung Wan. Priscilla Wong enjoys taking guests to the Sheung Wan restaurant for the old-style dim sum experience. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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