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Lock Cha Tea Shop, Hong Kong

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  • This charming tea room is situated in the very pleasant Hong Kong park. There is a wide range of speciality teas on offer including some expensive vintage seasoned over several decades. The staff were...  more »
  • In the gold Bell station directly connected to Pacific Place (commercial building) near the exit on the other side, go up the escalator and out beside the Park. Map. Saturday night 9 pm. On weekdays nights until 8. Last orders is certainly an hour ago. Vegetarian Dim sum menu is decent. On the day you want to eat light? There are concerts on Sunday, so now this I want to go. HP from the Chinese Music Tea Concert Every Sunday 4:30 - 6:30.
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  • Because the parameter view Flagstaff House, 順 road here for lunch here. Each of tea is a 盞, charge money from 48, most 貴 more than 1000, tea is not wrong, charge money has already been reflected, but little to die, stub charge money totally inconsistent. 48 two grains of Har Gow skins too thick, 蝦 don't see only Macedonia hooves and Ding 點 sauce Bamboo shoot. Crystal model courses Jin thick, 餡 unattractive. Sweet corn oil 餅 Jin sheng, and no taste. Mai is the worst fried taro balls, skin is cold oil shock, cable oil to find Paper towel, but bite here is mashed taro, most facial explosions here Jiang salted Egg yolk, are the only Dim sum tastes still can. Last call Lisa take happy pills, black sesame seeds are scattered out, Mai is also very poor. The Director said, drinking tea, Dim sum can be free.
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  • Very nice tea shop with a range of different teas and some food. Teas seem to be outrageously expensive but its the same at other places, including in China, so I think that's just the way it is with these types of tea. There's a bit of a process to prepare the tea with some specific equipment and the staff are very helpful and nice.
  • Located inside Hong Kong Park. They offer a wide range of Chinese tea. For lunch, there is a minimum charge of $38 per head for the tea. Vegetarian food was served in the restaurant, the dim sum dishes was tiny and probably good for people dining alone or for two. Overall it was expensive and yet a very unique place for enjoying Chinese tea.
  • Awesome vegan dim sum. Plenty of dishes, ordered one of each and loved them all. Heaps of selection for teas
  • Here you can taste loose leaf tea taken from their boxes, but when you buy it, they give you packaged teas and you really can't say if it's the same one you tasted.
  • I had hopes to test different Pu-Ehr teas before buying but it seems that my range of prices did not give me this privilege. (I did not ask for it, mind!)

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