The dim sum fiesta

Dim sum is a familiar name among the food pilgrimages, sipping a cup of your favourite tea and taking a nibble of the delicate dim sum, akin to being in blissful seventh heaven.

The name of a Chinese cuisine which involves a wide range of light dishes served alongside Chinese tea, Dim sum is to the Chinese, what Degustion is to the French, and Tapas to the Spanish.

The work of a dim sum is analogous to a piece of beautiful artwork, so exquisite and fine, that taking a bite you can virtually savor the effort the chef has put into making this a winner.

The high-tier restaurants are always pricey, especially so when most of them charges by per portion, therefore it is always good to try them out with their dim sum.

I always have a predilection for dim sum, and it comes as no surprise that i am constantly on the lookout for places be it restaurants or eateries which can answer to my nature‚Äôs call, a delightful meal of dim sum which can satisfy my stomach’s cravings. Thus, i have compiled a short list of places which either from word of mouth, or by sheer prestige reputation, fyi.

  • Asia Grand restaurant
  • Cherry Garden
  • Dim Joy
  • Dragon Phoenix restaurant
  • East Ocean restaurant
  • Hua ting
  • Lei garden
  • Kam Boat dim sum
  • Royal China
  • Shang Palace
  • Summer Palace
  • Wah lok

The list is indefinite and do feel free to help me add on to it with recommendations. Now dim sum is not a viable choice for organising food outing, at most a table of ten. I call upon you to let me know if you are also a fan of dim sum, so that you can be part of the table on the dim sum expedition.

Let the dim sum fiesta begins . . .


Cherry Garden costs $45++ for their dim sum buffet. I understand that their siew mai comes with mini abalone. Still don’t think its worth the $10 increase since the last time I ate there though.

im not a dim sum person~~~~ (hoho spoiler)

off topic but next time find one day go sun moulin eat breads for lunch~~~~ @@

clickorigin: i been to red star many times already, their dim sum is alright la, as in i used to like it a lot but after i had better ones i find them quite normal : )

pammies: hahaha! same goes for harbour city restaurant, their dim sum buffet cheap, can gorge yourself silly. lol

eliele: long time since you comment also! haha. yeah dim sum dim sum!

southernoise: really? i heard abt it from others so been looking to try it.

fatpig: thanks dude!

jiaying: you dont like dim sum! how can! haha. no problem when you want to go sun moulin eat bread for lunch call me along : )

at teo: i am ashamed to say crystal jade is every-where nowadays but i haven try it before. haha!

Hey Brad! I love dim sum too! You really should give Ah Yat Forum Abalone Restaurant at Allison Hotel a try. Their dim sum is really good too! ;) I ate there since they were at the Malasian Airlines Building. (sorry forgot the name of the building) Personally I think this main branch at allison is much better than the other branches.

oh nos… pls do not try ah yat @ turf city. not only is service bad, what makes it worse is the hygiene of the place and at the restaurant itself.

I’m one of the F&B planners lorr… btw do u have msn. So hard to talk to you like that.

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