Park Lok

Park Lok is a Chinese restaurant located on the more quieter Grote Street. Specialising in Cantonese and Teochew cuisine, this restaurant is rather spacious and can accommodate over 100 people easily. The decor is a mismatch of elegance and poorly concealed clutter. The large chandeliers, the high ceilings and the white table cloths give this…

Cafe Kowloon

Cafe Kowloon is not my favourite place for yum cha, but sometimes you feel like the same stuff but at a different place. Before coming here, we booked about half an hour earlier and it was quite easy to get a table. Upon entering, the staff were friendly and attentive, and the table we were at…

Star House

So many places to choose from when it comes to yum cha down Gouger Street. I must admit I’m a regular at the place across the road, but this place isn’t too bad either. The decor at this place is simple and the service wasn’t too bad. They have a large selection of yum cha dishes…

Payneham Chinese Restaurant

Payneham Chinese Restaurant as you would expect is found in Payneham. The owners used to have a restaurant in the city centre and served up some pretty good yum cha. With rising rental costs, they moved their restaurant out to the suburbs and took their chefs with them. The new premises are nicely decorated and…

Ding Hao

Ding Hao is the best place for yum cha in Adelaide. I’ve been here so many times over the years and I have never been disappointed. If you want to get a seat, you’ll need to book. On a weekend, the lines are often queuing all the way from the register to outside the restaurant….