Paintings of Bruce Lee in all his glory adorn the walls of the Lung Wah Hotel in Sha Tin, Hong Kong. Martial arts film star Lee was once a regular customer. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Paintings of Bruce Lee in all his glory adorn the walls of the Lung Wah Hotel in Sha Tin, Hong Kong. Martial arts film star Lee was once a regular customer. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Paintings of Bruce Lee in all his glory adorn the walls of the Lung Wah Hotel in Sha Tin, Hong Kong. Martial arts film star Lee was once a regular customer. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Restaurant loved by Bruce Lee, famed for its roast pigeon and featured in Hong Kong films, looks to the future

  • Owner of the Lung Wah Hotel restaurant in Sha Tin reflects on the good old days when martial arts film star Lee was a regular customer, and look to the future
  • The Chung family plan to expand their offering to include Western food and open a music school on the premises

Topic |   Food and Drinks
Paintings of Bruce Lee in all his glory adorn the walls of the Lung Wah Hotel in Sha Tin, Hong Kong. Martial arts film star Lee was once a regular customer. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Paintings of Bruce Lee in all his glory adorn the walls of the Lung Wah Hotel in Sha Tin, Hong Kong. Martial arts film star Lee was once a regular customer. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Paintings of Bruce Lee in all his glory adorn the walls of the Lung Wah Hotel in Sha Tin, Hong Kong. Martial arts film star Lee was once a regular customer. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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