Wing Wah's flagship restaurant came across as a must try restaurant for its famous old school tasting dim sum. I was there slightly after 11 am. I kinda expected it to be another Lin Heung Tea House that you are expected to find your own table then fighting to grab those dim sum on the push carts.
I was approached by a besuited gentleman. He asked me to wait for a bit when i told him a table for two then he gotten a waitress to lead me to a table shared by an old gentleman. That old gentleman seemed to be one of their regulars, the waitresses were chatting heartily with him in Cantonese which i do not understand.
I told out a piece of order chit from the holder and started to tick the items that i want using a pencil. When done, it was given to the waitress. There are about 60 different types of dim sum for selection including rice, congee and noodle. Prices are definitely affordable especially if you come in between 6.45 am to 11 am and from 2 pm to 4.15 pm.
She then served 2 teapots to our table. One of them contained tea and other was just hot water. She then given an empty bowl to use the hot water to wash the utensils before using it.
鸡球大包(HKD $42) is one of their signatures that strongly recommended. It contained quite a bit of ingredients like pieces of chicken, chinese sausages, mushroom etc.
Next up is 元朗小龙包 (HKD $37). The skin was slightly too thick and rather chewy. The filling was mainly well-seasoned minced meat which did not taste too spectacularly.
冬笋鲜虾饺 (HKD $11).
北菇釀烧卖 (HKD $17).
鼓汁蒸排骨 (HKD $18).
切肉烧卖王 (HKD $12).
TAI WING WAH RESTAURANT 大荣华酒楼
2/F Koon Woon Mansion, 2-6 On Ning Road, Yuen Long, HONG KONG