Category Archives: dim sum
The oldest dim sum parlor in NY Chinatown, Nom Wah
Colorful options at Dim Sum Go Go
My first time to Hakassan in New York.
Had a great team lunch at Hutong. The dim sum is great as well as the duck
Hong Kong style food at center of Bellagio fountain
Decent dim sum option in a big space at Jing Fong
Nice hang out at Brookfield Place. Northern Tiger one of several nice dining options in the food court
Dinner at Paradise Dynasty with my Asia team lead
Waldorf Shanghai has great dining options. Wei Jing Gei is good for a lunch
A bit of a diner but Square Eight had a decent congee for breakfast
We had a nice dim sum lunch at La Societe
Some great dumplings at Paradise Dynasty
Not sure how they came up with the name, but Bellagio had a nice selection of snacks to make me happy
Lion aspires to be exotic twist on Hong Kong food. It’s a nice feel.
Chalisi for a bit of Hong Kong
Nice dumplings and service at Din Tai Fung
Canton Table is a refreshed Whampoa Club done nicely.
A great dim sum meal at Hakkasan
Always great service and dumplings at Din Tai Fung
We had a nice spread of dim sum at Crystal Jade
Dim sum and soup at Tang Seafood
Nice dim sum at La Chine
Nice service and decent food at Canton
Had a nice dim sum lunch at Hakkasan.
The seating is somewhat limited. But the weekend dim sum brunch is pretty good value and service. Si Ji Xuan over at Four Seasons is a nice option for the weekend
With the gaming convention crowd, Chalisi may have been stretched thin. The delivery and service was quite slow today.
Tim Ho Wan is a Michelin star dim sum place. It seems quite popular for a quick dim sum fix
They ran out of goose but the food was still good. Next time we get in early for goose.
We had a nice dim sum lunch at Hakkasan for May Day
We had a quick and nice dim sum at Chao Kee
We got a nice spread over at Chalisi
We had a nice dim sum at Crystal Jade, Xintiandi
Dim Sum at Chao Kee is a good bet. BBQ pork is great
We did the weekend brunch at Wei Jing Gei. It was good, but I think we could have ordered a la carte and gotten better value.
On a quiet day back from holiday, we hit Chao Kee for dim sum. Added the curry rice noodle to the mix
We had dim sum by Hong Kong Post Office. Maxim’s Palace is pretty well known. The place is huge and still had long queues to get in. Lucky we got there early.
Chao Kee is becoming a regular spot. We added egg buns and fujian fried rice to the usual order.
Back to Chao Kee again for great dim sum all around.
Chao Kee just opened at Kerry. It is a welcome addition. The dim sum is pretty decent. Most notable items are the bbq pork, shrimp dumplings