Specializing in Hong Kong dim sum, there are also many shops in Southeast Asian countries. The crispy barbecued pork buns taste good. There are many barbecued pork, the shrimp dumplings are a bit small, and the chicken feet are not crispy enough.
I specially came here to eat the taste of Hong Kong. The dim sum in this store is well-known overseas. It is superb and freshly steamed. Steamed pork ribs are recommended. The taste is very good. There is no meaty taste at all. It is delicious and has a salt water corner.
Tim Ho Wan Hong Kong Taste Tea Restaurant in Melbourne's Chinatown is a very famous Hong Kong-style tea house. Here you can taste the most authentic Cantonese-style refreshments. The classic Hong Kong-style dim sum, such as char siu buns, pineapple buns, steamed shrimp dumplings, are all very authentic here, and they are definitely recommended for everyone to taste.
I stayed in Melbourne for three nights. I went to Chinatown every day for dinner and I saw that it was full of people every day, so I came back from the Great Ocean Road that day and it was good to have a seat. This shop is mainly Hong Kong-style dim sum, a small portion, I ordered a lot of hungry, and there are desserts, I feel that the taste of the dishes is very delicious, and the dim sum is also beautiful. I have tried many Hong Kong-style tea restaurants. Very good, fresh ingredients, no wonder it is a Michelin restaurant.
I've been to this one, there are many people when the door is opened, the original Cantonese morning tea, I like it