The Low Down
When to Go: The restaurant fills up early for dim sum. Make reservations in advance for your best chance at a table.
The Extras: The waitstaff is very well versed in the extensive and exotic menu and can give recommendations based on the diners' interests.
Look Good: Exotic items include shark fin soup, 1000 year eggs and duck tongues.
Know Before You Go: There are several private rooms able to accommodate groups from eight to 50 guests.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
One of the true Hong Kong-style eateries in Houston, Fung's offers authentic, fresh Chinese seafood. How fresh? How about a wall of aquariums with flounder, ling cod, eel, lobster and other exotic creatures? With more than 400 items on theâ¦
Better but not the Best
By LaughAttack001 at Menuism
I came to Fung's Kitchen to have dim sum. The setup is your general cart dim sum restaurant. The food is... Read More
The menu is huge, so ask a server for
By ambernambrose at Citysearch
The menu is huge, so ask a server for suggestions if you're unsure. Weekend dim sum gets packed, and for great reason, it's awesome. Read More
I want this food all the time
By rachaelgrae at Citysearch
Fung's Kitchen is amazing. I first came here in a group of about 8 people, we got probably 5 meals and just shared, it was incredible. Everyone h... Read More
I Hate Fung's
By Foodie WQK at Citysearch
This restaurant has decent food, but everything is overpriced. Even worse, service was ridiculously terrible. My fianc?e and I had our families d... Read More
used to be better
By tx2steppin at Citysearch
used to be a great restaurant. for some reason, just don't feel it anymore now. don't know if they changed chefs or what. Read More