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
Terrible service, glass in food
By Jade L at Insider Pages
I am Asian and would never EVER recommend this restaurant to anyone. The service is utterly atrocious. The first time I went to this restaurant w... Read More
Worth the price
By chris h at Insider Pages
I can see why some would feel it is pricey, but good fish is not cheap, unless you don't mind having sea bass or tilapia substituted and called by ... Read More
Expensive Seafood Restaurant
By Nidhi C at Insider Pages
This is a very popular and expensive restaurant for Asian seafood. Some people even refer to this restaurant as one of the best places to go for se... Read More
pricey but good
By siu l at Insider Pages
Very good seafood cantonese restaurant. A little bit pricey but it is the best chinese restaurant in houston. King crab is the best. Steam deep sea... Read More