Woo Cheong Tea House’s all-new Dim Sum Tasting Menu features a variety of new-meets-old Cantonese creations. Ranging from steamed delights to crispy pan-fried nibbles that add a new and tasty spin to the afternoon mealtime experience.
At HKD338 per person, you get to choose eight items from Woo Cheong Tea House’s All-Day Dim Sum Tasting Menu to pair with the house special Stewed Noodles, Spring Onion, Ginger, and Abalone Sauce.
Chef’s Recommendations at Woo Cheong Tea House
Not sure what to order? The signature Steamed Shrimp Dumpling, Pork, Dragon Well Tea is highly recommended by the restaurant.
If you enjoy strong flavors, Woo Cheong Tea House recommends Pan-seared Bun, Mixed Seafood, Tom Yum Style. Each pan-seared bun has Thai tom yum soup injected into it that makes a tantalizingly spicy and sour flavor with each bite.
The new Hong Kong-style Mini Pineapple Bun with French Butter is another classic pastry with a modern twist. Its soft, fragrant, and fluffy bun is made in the style of Japanese “shokupan” milk bread, while the crust is crispy with a thick slab of salted French butter in the middle.
Another chef’s recommendation is the Steamed Quinoa Rice Roll with Mixed Vegetables. The silky smooth rice roll wrapper contains a colorful array of fresh vegetables such as cabbage, Chinese arrowroot, celery, mushrooms, and carrots. This dish is recommended as a healthy choice as quinoa is a superfood high in dietary fiber, and vitamin-rich sago which are both high in antioxidants.
Sugarcane juice is well-known for its cooling properties and the chefs at Woo Cheong Tea House wanted to create a fun new dessert inspired by classic black sesame rolls using sugarcane juice produced by Kung Lee – a beloved Hong Kong institution founded in the 1940s.
These fragrant and refreshing Steamed Sugarcane Juice Rolls are a sweet ending to any meal with an al dente texture.
Beverages for Dim Sum Tasting Menu
Woo Cheong Tea House has prepared a selection of specialty teas to pair with the made-to-order dim sum from the Tasting Menu. You can also enjoy one of the restaurant’s specially selected cocktails for a more leisurely afternoon experience.
After the dim sum feast, relax at the bar with the all-day cocktail menu or enjoy a breezy afternoon as you take in the bustling city scenes below from the restaurant building’s iconic century-old balcony with a drink in hand.
Dim Sum Tasting Menu is available on Monday – Friday | 11:30am – 1:00pm/ 2:30pm – 6pm
HK$338 per person (including 1 glass of selected cocktail or bottled beer or 1 glass of selected wine or specialty tea)
Woo Cheong Tea House
Address: 1-2/F, 62 Johnston Rd, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Tel: 2866 3444
This is a news article, not a restaurant review.