DIM SUM SQUARE Sheung Wan Hong Kong

DIM SUM SQUARE Sheung Wan Hong Kong

DIM SUM SQUARE

SHRIMP DUMPLINGS

CHICKEN FEET AND PORK RIBS ON RICE

CHICKEN AND MUSHROOM WRAPPED IN TOFU SKIN
STICKY RICE WRAPPED IN LOTUS LEAVES
BBQ PORK BUN
Dim sum is one of those things you MUST try when in Hong Kong.  It would be like visiting England and not having fish and chips if you missed the opportunity.  There is an abundant variety available in the city, so don’t be daunted by the vast menus and crowded Sundays. You can go to the expensive traditional Chinese restaurants where businessmen and families dine on Sundays, the 24 hour type where you may find a drunken party goer and elderly man dedicated to the art of tai chi dining side by side, or even the Michelin star variety where a long wait is mandatory.  One of my favourites is around the corner from my apartment, and is the perfect pit stop for breakfast or lunch.  Not as fancy as the family dim sum brunches we usually attend, but definitely hits the spot when you are craving a casual atmosphere.  The food at Dim Sum Square is fresh, and easy to order on their English, picture laden menu.  You rarely have to wait, and it’s ok to bring your own drinks, so grab a venti americano before arriving if you prefer coffee over traditional Chinese tea.  I recommend the glutinous rice wrapped in lotus leaves and their non-traditional BBQ pork buns.

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Dim Sum Square, G/F., Fu Fai Commercial Centre, 27 Hillier Street, Shueng Wan
2851 8088

4 Comments

  1. Dim Sum is what I'm always looking for in my visits to Hong Kong.I will try your recommendation in glutinous rice wrapped in lotus leaves and their non-traditional BBQ pork buns.Sounds great and delicious.

    • Anonymous

      I'm local and my office is right next door to Dim Sum Square. What makes this place GREAT is not only because it serves quality dim sum, but it serves them ALL DAY. It's the equivalent to all-day breakfast. I highly recommend the "Spring Rolls (Inside)", which is crunchy spring role wrapped in silky steam rice roll. Trust me, you won't find this anywhere else.

  2. I've finally been to this place – and I had the best siu mai and har gao in Hong Kong. It's a great family-run restaurant and a hidden gem. How lucky you are to live so close to it! Ruth 🙂

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