The restaurant has become so popular; customers end up waiting up to three hours for a seat in Hong Kong. Like many other restaurants, it used the fame from its star to open branches around the world—so far, in Singapore, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Australia.

And now it is coming to New York.

The eatery is opening a branch in the city later this September. The New York version of Tim Ho Wan will not only boast its bargain prices, but will also have a liquor license. “I don’t think about money,” the owner, Mak Kwai-pui, told Village Voice. “But maybe the investors think about money.”

The menu will predominantly feature dim sum, but will diversify and grow over time. Mak is currently hunting for a local chef to lead the New York launch.

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