local Chinese restaurants: "dim sum" Chinese/Dim Sum Tip by Quinevere

Chinese/Dim Sum, Hong Kong: 50 reviews and 66 photos

You can try the traditional chinese dim sum in any of the local chinese restaurants. Most of the dim sum are steamed on bamboo steamer which is vital in Chinese cooking before the wok. The bamboo can absorb condensation so that moisture doesn't drop back on the food and make it soggy.

Favorite Dish: shrimp har gow,
pork dumpling ( siu mai),
fried egg roll ( chun kuen),
shrimp rice noodle,
BBQ pork rice noodle,
fried bean curd rolls with shrimps,
steamed chicken feet with black bean sauce,
hom sui gok,
steamed beef meat ball,
fried taro cake,
chiu chow fun gor,
sticky rice in lotus leaf

Price Comparison: less expensive than average
Price: less than US$10
Rating: 5
Theme: Chinese/Dim Sum

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Oct 6, 2003
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