“Cheap” and “Michelin star rated” aren’t descriptors typically found in the same sentence. But at Tim Ho Wan’s diners will be able to find just that. When the Hong Kong-based dim sum restaurant was awarded a Michelin star in 2009 it was, at the time, the most affordable place food lovers could go for a meal that had been anointed by the organization. Now — having established locations in Singapore, Indonesia, and Australia — Tim Ho Wan will be bringing their culinary delights to New York City.
The restaurant is currently in “soft opening” mode but will officially open its doors on Jan. 18.
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