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25 thoughts on “Dim Sum for Breakfast at Hong Kong’s Lin Heung Restaurant”

  1. Lin Heung used to be good but not anymore. It’s kinda sleazy and run down and not even very tasty these days. Time has passed it by. It’s not representative of Hong Kong’s yum cha at all.

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