Luk Yu Tea House
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Opened first branch in the 1930s before moving to Stanley Street in the 1970s, and its neon sign reflects the elegance and age of this celebrity teahouse. This neon sign brings about pangs of nostalgia for times past, when authentic teahouses were more abundant than the commercialised.
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Classic, old skool Cantonese dim sum served by equally archaic staff members. It's not amazing quality of food or service but it is the most authentic, iconic restaurant from its times...
It is a traditional and one of the oldest restaurant in HK, perhaps one of the most famous place in HK.
This gorgeous teahouse (c 1933), known for its masterful cooking and Eastern art-deco decor, was the haunt of opera artists, writers and painters (including the creator of one exorbitant ink-and-brush gracing a wall), who came to give recitals and discuss the national fate. Today some of the waiters…
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“You won’t be served if you just turn up at this clubby, masculine bar high above Causeway Bay – it’s by appointment only. Odd perhaps, but worth the trip if you are serious about whisky and bourbon. Several dozen varieties are served here, in large brandy balloons with large orbs of ice hand-chipped by the Japanese proprietor to maximise the tasting experience. ”
- Door 3 locals aangeraden
“The oldest and most atmospheric of the singalong parlors, Canton resembles a film set with its mirror balls and glowing shrines. Each session features 20 singers, all with fan following. Patrons tip a minimum of HK$20 (per patron) if they like a song. But even if you don't, it's nice to tip every now and then for the experience – just slip your money into a box on stage. For HK$100, you can sing a song. ”
- Door 3 locals aangeraden
“Has slower ferries from Ma Liu Shui (15 minutes’ walk from the University MTR station) to Tap Mun Chau and Sai Kung Peninsula (twice daily); Ma Liu Shui to Tung Ping Chau (only on weekend and public holidays); from Aberdeen to Po Toi Island (on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday).”
- Door 2 locals aangeraden
“146-152 Fuk Wa St Sham Shui Po Occupying different floors of a building opposite Sham Shui Po MTR station, these are the places to go for low-cost computers and peripherals. Golden Computer Arcade comprises the basement and ground floor; Golden Shopping Centre, the 1st floor. The 3Cs are generally considered the best shops – Centralfield (Golden Shopping Centre), Capital (Golden Computer Arcade), and Comdex (both places). ”
- Door 13 locals aangeraden