Tags » Dim Sum


Item: Zhaliang, 炸兩
Date: April 4, 2015
Location: Hong Kong, China

“Zhaliang” is a traditional Cantonese dim sum made with youtiao (fried dough) wrapped in rice noodle rolls. 71 more words



First thoughts on Hong Kong? “bloody hell!”. After small fry Bali, my teeny community, getting taxis everywhere (there is no public transport in Bali) my breath was quite literally taken when I finally looked out of the train window and saw the city. 308 more words

Hong Kong

Din Tai Fung

You can count on Din Tai Fung for fast service, decent selection, and consistent quality. I thought the little markers to indicate the dumpling type are a nice touch. 22 more words

Daily Life

Who doesn’t love a good bottomless offer...

Lazy Sundays at Ping Pong are a revelation…

I was having an unusually busy Friday at work when a colleague asked me if I’d heard of Lazy Sundays at Ping Pong; eat as much as you like dim sum. 305 more words


Yan 宴: Fine-Dining Almost at its Best 

Fine-dining Chinese lunch at Cantonese restaurant, Yan, at the National Gallery (how stunning is the museum?!). The interior was beautiful! There was a good selection from the Ala Carte and Dim Sum menus at Yan. 360 more words


Soy Sauce Chow Fun with Bean Sprouts

Chow fun (stir fried flat rice noodles or sar hor fun 沙河粉) is a common dish in Chinese cooking, many home cooks know how to make it. 423 more words


Dim Sum Series: Siu Mai

I grew up eating dim sum. Every Saturday morning, I would wake up and head over to a Chinese restaurant with my family to eat these little… 269 more words