Though this restaurant serves tea, I wouldn't categorize it as a tea house. It's more of an intimate cafe. It was recently renovated (and the prices were increased) with nice dark wood furnishings and ambient lighting. I think this is one of the most tastefully decorated restaurants in Chinatown. It is not too fake Chinese in style, and it doesn't have all the crystal chandeliers and red decorations the others have. The food is why I like Lee How Fook though. It is more traditional Cantonese food that tastes great. I was disappointed the last time I went since they were out of conch, but their salt baked squid was good. I liked the seafood hot pot, and the General Tso's chicken was a refreshing change from that at other restaurants. (I know, General Tso's chicken isn't authentic, but I felt like having it.) The service is attentive, and they listen to requests for things like sauce on the side or no MSG. This is a tiny restaurant, and it is busy. It is a bit off the beaten path near the dueling Vietnamese restaurants and the Grand View condos. The prices here are still reasonable. You can eat for about $10 a person excluding drinks.