Dim sum are snacks and dumplings that literally mean ‘touch the heart’ and are central to the cantonese tea house tradition of yum cha which means simply ‘to drink tea’, but eating dim sum, reading newspapers and catching up with friends and family are all part of the experience.
Dim Sum Platter. Price per person (Minimum 2 people)
Platter includes: steamed Har gau, Siu mai, Char siu bao, wor tip
and crispy seaweed.
Steamed Sui Mai / Chilli & Salt Sui Mai
Means ‘cook and sell’ because of their unsurpassed popularity.
An egg wonton wrapper filled with pork and prawns.
Steamed Har Gau / Deep Fried Har Gau
The filling is minced prawns, water chestnuts and bamboo shoots
folded into translucent, delicate wrapper.
Steamed then pan fried pork and prawn dumplings, served
with Chinese red vinegar.
Crispy Beef Dumplings
Crispy Chiken Dumplings
Ming Har Gok
Minced prawns in a yellow wonton wrapper, served with
Paper Wrapped Prawns
Minced prawns in a crispy rice paper coated in bread crumbs
for extra crispiness.
King Scallop Gau
The filling is minced prawns with a succulent King Scallop crown