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The world-renowned Hong Kong dim sum restaurant which also happens to be the least expensive Michelin-starred restaurant, Tim Ho Wan, opened today in New York City.
There were long lines on 4th Avenue in Manhattan for the much-anticipated opening of this famous dim sum eatery.
My friend Josiah Lau got on line early today. From the looks of the photos, he ate like a king. His assessment was that the food was very good, and better than most dim sum restaurants in New York. Compared to Hong Kong restaurants, he said the food was middle of the upper-tier.
He also mentioned that there are two items on the NYC menu that are not on the other Tim Ho Wan menus.
I can’t wait to go! Here are his photos that Josiah took of his meal. The food looks incredible!
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