Which leads us to Tim Ho Wan, a Hong Kong dim sum export that happens to be the most
You’ll come here for the classics these guys are known for—the barbecue pork rolls and the many steamed and fried dumplings. But they’ve also got a few dishes that only exist at this location—the Lo Han Jai and the custard-filled French toast dessert (see them here) among them. Sorry for casually dropping custard-filled French toast like that’s not a big deal.
So pull up a chair, speculate as to the meaning of the wall-mounted gold Chinese symbols, witness steam emanating from the dumplings in the open kitchen, eat some of those things above, and have a beer, or a mango slushy.