Restaurants at a Glance
The Chungking Szechwan restaurant is a place where you can see works by CHANG Dai Chien, written also as ZHANG Daqian (10 May 1899 – 2 April 1983), one of China’s greatest painters. William & Helen Lee Hai Tien founded Chungking Szechwan restaurant which today has eight branches in Japan. Their sons Teddy and Alex Lee are now owners of Chungking Szechwan restaurants, Rose Hotel Yokohama, and a factory making dim sums and confectioneries sold in major Japanese department stores.
- The first restaurant is still in Yokohama Chinatown
- Two ZHANG Daqian’s paintings hand in Tokyo branch
- Teddy and Alex Lee also own a hotel, and factory making dim sums
Seventh Son very proudly serves uncompromising, authentic Cantonese cuisine. Established as recently as 2013 by proprietor CHUI Wai Kwan, the Tokyo restaurant went by another name at one time. When it first opened in 2002, it was known as Fook Lam Moon, a branch of Hong Kong’s most famous Chinese gastronomic name. In 100, you will discover how a few original Fook Lam Moon restaurants became renamed Seventh Son. Situated near landmark Tokyo Station and Imperial Palace.
- Serves authentic Cantonese cuisine
- Was originally a Fook Lam Moon restaurant
- Situated near landmark Tokyo Station and Imperial Palace