Any dim sum die hard knows Lin Heung Tea House. And any fan will be seriously concerned by the possibility of Lin Heung Tea House’s closure. The 1950s establishment is one of the few teahouses left in the city that still serves dishes on traditional pushcarts amidst vintage birdhouses and calligraphy on the walls. But after years of topping “best restaurant” lists across the globe, the teahouse might be closing its doors — the tenement building the restaurant is located in recently came under new ownership, and these owners have yet to discuss a lease renewal, despite its expiration date of early 2019. This follows reports from Time Out Hong Kong that the new owners may intend to rebuild the site.
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