Dim Sum

Dim sum is a style of Chinese cuisine. It is prepared as small bite-sized portions of food served in small steamer baskets or on a small plate. Dim sum is generally considered Cantonese, although other varieties exist. Dim sum dishes are usually served with tea and together form a full tea brunch. Due to the Cantonese tradition of enjoying tea with this cuisine

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Special Dim Sum

Menu number: 21
Fango, Xiao Jiao, Shao Mai (Beef, chicken meat), xiao long bao

Fan Ko

Menu number: 22

Xia Jiao (Ha kauw)

Menu number: 23
Xia Jiao (Ha kauw) is certainly not unknown to most. A thin, sticky and transparent dough sheet of wheat hides a sturdy shrimp filling.

Shao Mai

Menu number: 24
Shao Mai is a dough snack that is open at the top. The dough is made from wheat and the filling consists of pork, chopped carrots.

Xiao Long Bao

Menu number: 25
Steamed buns with pork.

Fried Jiao Zi

Menu number: 48
Jiao Zi(Dumpling) consists of pieces of dough filled with pork and vegetables.