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There are severalin Hong Kong and such is the restaurant’s popularity, it has spread to Shanghai. What sets Dimdimsum apart from the crowd is its arresting fusion dishes. We’re talking the likes of seafood-stuffed eggplant with teriyaki sauce and spring rolls with shrimp and Thousand Island dressing.
Michelin-starred,is one of the classiest places to enjoy a meal in Hong Kong. But just because it’s classy doesn’t mean the menu is conservative. Many traditional dim sum dishes are given exquisite twists here. Don’t miss the likes of the abalone puff with diced chicken or the jazzed up siu mai dumpling that crams in pork, shrimp, scallop and caviar.
A relative newcomer to the city’s dining scene,opened in 2017 and immediately caused a stir thanks to its classic Cantonese fare updated with contemporary flair. Innovative dim sum to sample here includes the steamed spinach dumplings with cheese and cheong fun stuffed with Kurobuta pork.
Promising ‘a modern approach to Chinese cuisine’,is one of the best dining experiences in all Hong Kong. Its contemporary dim sum is stunning. Must-haves include the Australian wagyu beef puff and the South Australian scallop, garoupa, caviar and gold leaf and egg white dumplings.
Another local specialist in cute dim sum,now has four branches across town such is its popularity. The restaurant’s vomiting custard buns are a constant on Hong Kong Instagram feeds and the doggy sausage rolls and BBQ piggy buns are almost too adorable to eat.
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