Have an Authentic Dim Sum Lunch with a Local Guide

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For Cantonese people, "yam cha" (literally 'drink tea') is is inextricably linked to the Chinese tradition of drinking tea. Early farmworkers would head to their local tea house to revive with tea and good conversation. Ken Hom, American-born Chinese chef, and himself states that the best dim sum and chefs are found in the Canton region, and I could not agree more! City Hall, one of the last places in Hong Kong to still use server trolleys, is a unique and tasty setting to enjoy your first ever dim sum lunch. It is also right next to the Star Ferry pier, so you can hope on a ferry ride after this experience to explore Tsim Sha Tsui and beyond! The atmosphere in traditional local restaurants can be somewhat intimidating if you don't speak Cantonese, so if you've never gotten a chance to try dim sum in Hong Kong before, come with me and I'd be glad to help you pick out some delicious dishes! Some of my favourites are shrimp and pork dumplings (siu mei), pork buns (cha siu bau), taro pastries (wu gok) and dessert of egg tart (dahn ta) or mango pudding (mun gwa pu ding). If you are feeling adventurous, we can even dig into some spicy chicken feet! As a popular guide in Hong Kong, I'd also be happy to share tips on where to go and what to do during your time here! Note: This price excludes the cost of food and transport. We will likely order a number of dishes and split the bill! Photo credits: thecitynomad.com julianaloh.com thetemptedpalate.typepad.com

For Cantonese people, "yam cha" (literally 'drink tea') is is inextricably linked to the Chinese tradition of drinking tea. Early farmworkers would head to their local tea house to revive with tea and good conversation. Ken Hom, American-born Chinese chef, and himself states that the best dim sum and chefs are found in the Canton region, and I could not agree more! City Hall, one of the last places in Hong Kong to still use server trolleys, is a unique and tasty setting to enjoy your first ever dim sum lunch. It is also right next to the Star Ferry pier, so you can hope on a ferry ride after this experience to explore Tsim Sha Tsui and beyond! The atmosphere in traditional local restaurants can be somewhat intimidating if you don't speak Cantonese, so if you've never gotten a chance to try dim sum in Hong Kong before, come with me and I'd be glad to help you pick out some delicious dishes! Some of my favourites are shrimp and pork dumplings (siu mei), pork buns (cha siu bau), taro pastries (wu gok) and dessert of egg tart (dahn ta) or mango pudding (mun gwa pu ding). If you are feeling adventurous, we can even dig into some spicy chicken feet! As a popular guide in Hong Kong, I'd also be happy to share tips on where to go and what to do during your time here! Note: This price excludes the cost of food and transport. We will likely order a number of dishes and split the bill! Photo credits: thecitynomad.com julianaloh.com thetemptedpalate.typepad.com

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