Despite the name, you’re not coming to Lin Heung for the tea (although you’ll probably ending up drinking it) - you’re here for the dim sum. Lin Heung is as old-school as things get here. Don’t plan on just sitting at your table waiting for the trolley to come around to you - this is a dim sum death match, where you’ll be elbowing seniors out of the way to grab what you want and take it back to your table. This may not be the best dim sum in the city, but it is one of the best experiences.
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