Yum Cha is a term in Cantonese which literally means “drinking tea”. However, in real terms it means of eating small servings of different foods while sipping Chinese tea. It is an integral part of the culinary culture of southern China, Hong Kong and Macau.
In any city with a sizable population of Cantonese people, Yum Cha is a tradition on weekend mornings, and whole families gather to chat and eat dim sum and drink Chinese tea. At King’s Garden Restaurant in King St, it is popular everyday of the week, and is growing in popularity.
“The food was delicious! Prices look a little on the high side at first glance but the plates are huge. Best to share a meat dish between two. Fast friendly service. We will be back!”
Whether you want a quiet dinner for two, a big family gathering, or a takeaway that offers just that little bit more.
Kings Garden Restaurant in King Street, Pukekohe, will tantalise the taste buds and be sure to satisfy the most fussy of palates including many vegetarian options.
Parking is easy, and the restaurant seats over 100 so is ideal if you want to gather a crowd and book it out.
“Delicious food all at friendly prices, definitely the best Chinese restaurant in Pukekohe. Highly recommended!”