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Dim Sum

Discover our tasty selection of Dim Sum, the popular Chinese appetizers, including wontons, prawn dumplings, siu mai, steamed buns, and everything in between.  

What is Dim Sum?  

Dim Sum is a traditional Chinese meal enjoyed as a brunch or breakfast that consists of a variety of appetizers served on small platters with hot tea. Dim sum are usually shared between family members and close friends, where platters are passed around the table so everyone gets a taste of everything. The most popular items on a dim sum menu include dumplings and siu mai (also known as shumai).  

Dim sum translates to “to touch the heart” and there are all kinds of Dim Sum to provoke such emotion, such as steamed and fried buns, baked dim sum, dumplings, and rolls.  

Siu Mai

Try our siu mai, also known as shumai, one of the most popular dim sum on the menu. They're traditionally topped with fish roe, or tobiko for a pop of colour.    

Bao Buns

There is an infinite amount of recipes for bao buns. You should try the fantastic selection that we have here at Fine Food Specialist, from the savoury flavours of chicken, or char siu (bbq pork) and pork siu loong to our sweet custard bun, the perfect end to a meal.  

Wontons

Commonly eaten as Dim sum or in noodle soup, wontons are known across all regions of China. Wontons simply need to be boiled or steamed for five minutes until perfectly cooked! Serve with a little aged soy sauce.  

Har Gau 

Also known as har gow, they are exclusively made of prawns, combined with bamboo shoots, chives, and chestnuts. We can recognize them easily with their transparent dough, giving them a slight pink colour once steamed.     

Serve your dim sum with different Chinese sauces, like sweet and sour, or by mixing sesame oil with some garlic. In restaurants and at home, soy sauce and sake (rice) vinegar remain the most popular options. 

Get a group of friends round and enjoy your unique selection of har gau, siu mai, bao buns, and wontons.  

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Discover our tasty selection of Dim Sum, the popular Chinese appetizers, including wontons, prawn dumplings, siu mai, steamed buns, and everything in between.  

What is Dim Sum?  

Dim Sum is a traditional Chinese meal enjoyed as a brunch or breakfast that consists of a variety of appetizers served on small platters with hot tea. Dim sum are usually shared between family members and close friends, where platters are passed around the table so everyone gets a taste of everything. The most popular items on a dim sum menu include dumplings and siu mai (also known as shumai).  

Dim sum translates to “to touch the heart” and there are all kinds of Dim Sum to provoke such emotion, such as steamed and fried buns, baked dim sum, dumplings, and rolls.  

Siu Mai

Try our siu mai, also known as shumai, one of the most popular dim sum on the menu. They're traditionally topped with fish roe, or tobiko for a pop of colour.    

Bao Buns

There is an infinite amount of recipes for bao buns. You should try the fantastic selection that we have here at Fine Food Specialist, from the savoury flavours of chicken, or char siu (bbq pork) and pork siu loong to our sweet custard bun, the perfect end to a meal.  

Wontons

Commonly eaten as Dim sum or in noodle soup, wontons are known across all regions of China. Wontons simply need to be boiled or steamed for five minutes until perfectly cooked! Serve with a little aged soy sauce.  

Har Gau 

Also known as har gow, they are exclusively made of prawns, combined with bamboo shoots, chives, and chestnuts. We can recognize them easily with their transparent dough, giving them a slight pink colour once steamed.     

Serve your dim sum with different Chinese sauces, like sweet and sour, or by mixing sesame oil with some garlic. In restaurants and at home, soy sauce and sake (rice) vinegar remain the most popular options. 

Get a group of friends round and enjoy your unique selection of har gau, siu mai, bao buns, and wontons.  

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