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  DIM SUM 點心

* Dim Sum is available via Menu selection during the weekdays and weekends.
* All prices are subject to change without notice

  奶黃包 Steamed Egg Custard Bun     View Menu Item
  叉燒包 Steamed BBQ Pork Buns     View Menu Item
  鮮肉包 Steamed Pork Buns     View Menu Item
  鮮蝦餃 Steamed Shrimp Dumpling     View Menu Item
  蟹黃燒賣 Steamed Shrimp and Pork Dumpling     View Menu Item
  牛肉腸粉 Steamed Rice Noodle Rolls with Beef     View Menu Item
  叉燒腸粉 Steamed Rice Noodle Rools with BBQ Pork     View Menu Item
  鮮蝦腸粉 Steamed Rice Noodle Rolls with Shrimp     View Menu Item
  小龍包 Steamed Pork Dumpling     View Menu Item
  豉汁蒸排骨 Spare Ribs with Black Bean Sauce     View Menu Item
  豉汁鳳爪 Chicken Feet with Black Bean Sauce     View Menu Item
  咖哩魷魚 Curry Squid hot   View Menu Item
  蠔油鮮竹卷 Stuffed Bean Curd Skin     View Menu Item
  春卷 Spring Roll     View Menu Item
  腊味蘿蔔糕 Pan Fried Turnip Cake     View Menu Item
  家鄉鹹水角 Deep Fried Mince Pork and Shrimp Dumpling     View Menu Item
  蜂巢芋角 Bee Nest Taro Roll     View Menu Item
  腐皮角 Deep Fried Bean Curd Skin with Pork and Shrimp     View Menu Item
  紫菜卷 Deep Fried Seaweed Shrimp Rolls     View Menu Item
  炸蝦球 Deep Fried Shrimp Ball     View Menu Item
  炸蟹合 Deep Fried Crab Cakes     View Menu Item
  龍尾蝦 Imperial Shrimp     View Menu Item
  芝麻球 Sesame Ball     View Menu Item
  蛋塔 Egg Tart     View Menu Item
  糯米雞 Sticky Rice with Chicken in Lotus Leaf     View Menu Item
  皮蛋瘦肉粥 Minced Pork Congee with Century Egg     View Menu Item
  越南春捲 Vietnamese Spring Roll     View Menu Item
  Cold Chicken Claw      
  排骨腸粉煲 Steamed Rice Noodle Rolls with Spare Ribs      
  五香牛肉 Five Spice Beef     View Menu Item
  豬耳 Pork Ear hot   View Menu Item
  蠔油蘭花 Chinese Broccoli with Oyster Sauce     View Menu Item
  燒鴨 Roast Duck     View Menu Item
  叉燒 Roast Pork     View Menu Item
  椒鹽蝦 Salt and Pepper Shrimp hot   View Menu Item
  干炒牛河 Cantonese Stir-fry Noodle with Beef     View Menu Item
  豉汁牛河 Stir-fry Noodle with Beef in Black Bean Sauce     View Menu Item
  星州炒米粉 Singapore Noodle hot   View Menu Item

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Dim Sum-Literally meaning "to touch your heart," consists of a variety of dumplings, steamed dishes and other goodies such as the famous egg custard tarts. They are similar to hors d'oeuvres, the hot and cold delicacies served at French restaurants.

Originally a Cantonese custom, dim sum is inextricably linked to the Chinese tradition of "yum cha" or drinking tea. Travelers journeying along the famous Silk Road needed a place to rest, so teahouses began springing up along the roadside. Rural farmers, exhausted after long hours working in the fields, would also head to the local teahouse for an afternoon of tea and relaxing conversation.   Still, it took several centuries for the culinary art of dim sum to develop. It was originally considered inappropriate to combine tea with food - in fact a famous 3rd century Imperial physician claimed this would lead to excessive weight gain. However, as tea's ability to aid in digestion and cleanse the palate became known, tea house proprietors began adding a variety of snacks, and the tradition of dim sum was born.

In the west, dim sum came about as a natural result of 19th Chinese immigrants - most of whom were from the Canton region - settling on the East and West coasts. Some gourmands believe that dim sum inspired the whole idea of "brunch" - combining breakfast and lunch into one large midmorning meal. It is true that the word brunch only came into existence in the late 1800's

What types of foods are served at a typical dim sum lunch? When it comes to cooking methods, many of the dishes are either steamed or deep-fried. Among the former, you'll find everything from steamed pork spareribs and char siu bao - steamed buns with roast pork - to har gao, those wonderful shrimp dumplings with the translucent skin. Deep-fried treats include mini spring rolls and Wu Gok, a type of taro turnover. Not to mention whatever other culinary creations the chef may come up with.  Finally, there's dessert. Custard tarts are a must; you may also have a choice between mango or almond pudding. All of the above are washed down with copious amounts of green tea.

Courtesy of chinesefood.about.com

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