Known as one of the world’s most famous Dim Sum restaurants from Hong Kong, Tim Ho Wan opened a new branch in Hibiya, located near the newly opened Tokyo MidTown Hibiya, across from the new Godzilla statue. The restaurants Mong Kok, Hong Kong branch has been featured in the Michelin Guide since 2010 gaining internationally popularity and becoming one of the world’s most famous Dim Sum restaurants in Hong Kong.
The restaurant serves popular “Baked BBQ Pork Buns” that are stuffed with juicy pork and BBQ sauce while the outside texture of the buns has a unique crispy texture and slightly sweet flavor reminiscent of melon-pan.
Crispy deep-fried spring rolls and spicy steamed pork spare rib with black beans are also delicious and recommended.
A sweet osmanthus jelly dessert with goji berries that are supposedly good for healthy skin will likely be popular among ladies. The menu offers many interesting items that sparks curiosity among diners, making you wonder what dishes like “deep fried milk” taste like. This is the perfect place to have various kinds of Dim Sum making it great for people new to eating Hong Kong cuisines. Take out available.
Tim Ho Wan Tokyo
Address: Hibiya Chanter annex 1F, 1-2-2 Yurakucho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Opening hour: 11am-11pm (LO:10pm)
Access: Yurakucho station Hibiya exit, Hibiya line Hibiya staion exit A4 and A5, Chiyoda line exit A13