Dim Sum Bar - Hongkong
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Looking for Chinese Dim Sum experience but having troubles with the Chinese menu? Dim Sum Bar is an excellent solution. Instead of literal translation, most of the dishes on the menu have a brief English & Japanese description so that you can have a general idea about what you are going to eat. With a traditional yellow & gold theme color and high ceiling, Dim Sum Bar presents Chinese food in a more tourist-friendly, clean and comfortable way.
A very special feature of Dim Sum Bar is its dim sum buffet that allows customers to sample a wide range of selection. It is really a thoughtful idea since tourists always prefer to taste different kinds of food rather than a large quantity of few dishes. In the two hours, customers can sample over 30 dim sum choices.
Some signature dim sum includes king's dumplings in lobster bisque, baked buns and streamed xiao long bao with seasonal crab meat & minced pork. You can also find other local favorites such as streamed rice, cheong fun, congee, and Chinese desserts.
Next to Golden Gateway(Cinema), and The Rotal Pacific Hotel and Towers
The price is reasonable.
2:00pm - 5:30pm
Monday - Thursday: $148
Friday - Sunday: $158
Kid and Senior citizen:
Monday - Thursday: $108
Friday - Sunday: $118
Kid and Senior citizen $128
10% service charge
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