I’m treating my vegetarian friend at this wonderful restaurant at the Hong Kong Park today. This place is highly recommended for many reasons. Here are some.
- Very delicious Chinese vegetarian dim sum over lunch hour
- Super quality Chinese tea
- Very classic Chinese tea culture setting
- Very friendly services
- Can visit the Tea Museum next door
- Can visit the beautiful Hong Kong Park for a leisure walk after meal
The only disadvantage may be price. As the tea is of superb quality, you need to pay HK$25 per person (and HK$38 after 2pm) but each of you can pick your own favourite tea. The dim sum prices are not too high, however comparing to the quantity, it may still be a bit pricy. For example, the $25 Winter Melon Dumpling has only 2 in it. As there is no MSG and not oily at all, you simply fill your stomach very comfortably and healthily, of course. After all, our meal cost HK$198, including six dim sum, two tea and 10% service fee. As for the evening, they offer set dinner ranging from $98 to $220 per person.
My friend told me that she once visited their kitchen and was completely impressed by its cleanliness.
We both chose Tie Guanyin for the tea 鐵觀音 I managed to do the Chinese Tea Art
Another kind of vegetarian rolls Vegetarin Dumplings (sauces are nice) Winter Melon Dumplings
Green Vegetables with Oyster Sauce
Wait! Oyster sauce at a vegetarian restaurant? Yes.My friend told me that there are vegetarian oyster sauce available at supermarkets. But I had no idea what the ingredients are. A Highly 'Tea Interior' And a very Chinese entrance Lock Cha Tea House
G/F, K S Lo Gallery of Hong Kong Park
Opening Hours: 10:15am – 10:00pm
Hong Kong Food Blog - Vegetarian Lunch at the Park