The lovely Michelin-recommended Long Wa Tea House is likely among the last of the traditional tea houses in Macau. With a traceable history back to the 1960s, guests will find themselves whisked away to another era as they enter this historical tea house.
The ambience clearly reflects its décor dating back to the late 60s and early 70s, and the restaurant style follows suit. Dim sum here is self-service. If you want something, you need to go and grab it yourself. Guests should be sure to try the Siu Mai Spongy Cake and the Steamed Spare Ribs. Take note – if you want to get your hands on the best of the dim sum, come early!
The restaurant is without A/C, so it’s better to take a seat by the windows in the summer months.