Many people have been to a tea house, but they may not know the substance of a tea house. They only know that it has Hong Kong flavor, a luxury environment, the food quantity is little and the price is not cheap. In fact, a tea house is a kind of fast food restaurant which originates in Hong Kong, but later evolved into one that offers a diversified range of western and Chinese food. It has become a very popular dining place and is more up-market and classy than a food stall.
Lao Hu Dim Sum has arrived at Nanxincang. The real tea house is now in close proximity with consumers. It’s illuminating but not grand, cozy but not luxurious, spacious but doesn’t lack privacy, delicious yet not expensive.
Chit chat with friends about family matters, gossiping with girlfriends, even engaging in business talk with customers, it feels like you’re in your own hall – in a fully renovated hall. Residing in the kitchen by the side of the hall is a genuine five star chef. Amaranth soup, honey-Stewed BBQ Pork, steamed creamy custard bun, steamed dumpling stuffed with shrimp, etc, the taste of which will make you feel as if you’re in Guangzhou, in Hong Kong… But the fact is you’re in Beijing, in Nanxincang, Lao Hu Dim Sum.