Dim sum piled on a trolley at Lin Heung. The tea house in Central has closed its doors after 104 years in Hong Kong, a victim of pandemic disruptions its owners said. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Dim sum piled on a trolley at Lin Heung. The tea house in Central has closed its doors after 104 years in Hong Kong, a victim of pandemic disruptions its owners said. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong dim sum parlour Lin Heung Tea House closes after 104 years; owners blame impact of pandemic disruptions

  • The dim sum restaurant, which has 104 years of history in Hong Kong, announced its two branches’ sudden closure on social media at midnight on Tuesday
  • The message thanked diners for their years of support, and said the hardships endured during the pandemic played a part in the decision to close

Dim sum piled on a trolley at Lin Heung. The tea house in Central has closed its doors after 104 years in Hong Kong, a victim of pandemic disruptions its owners said. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Dim sum piled on a trolley at Lin Heung. The tea house in Central has closed its doors after 104 years in Hong Kong, a victim of pandemic disruptions its owners said. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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