Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Dim Sum Lunch Set Special

This menu is designed for those who want to eat a wider selection of foods however don't have many people eating together.  The good thing about this menu is all inclusive.  This means the money you pay includes tea and service charge.  It's good for budget control but you need to have a minimum of 2 people eating together.

Snacks - choose one among 4
Dim sum - choose three among 12 (I think)
Vegetable - choose one between 2
Fried noodle/rice - choose one among 4 (I think)

So we have a total of 6 dishes, consisting of a little of everything.

Here are our choices of today.

Snack:  Preserved Beef Slices

Dim Sum

Pork Dumplings

In order to enable us to eat more variations, each of the dim sum were served one per person.

Cha Sha Bao
This is almost a must on our dim sum table

Turnip Puff
This is not quite Cantonese, I believe.  Because it appears on some Shanghai or Beijing menus.  But as far as it is delicious, I don't care.

Stir Fired Bok Choy with Garlic
These dishes were cooked to order, so generally hot and yummy.  Hong Kong Cantonese including myself, always look for 'wok heat', that means freshly from the wok which is the best time to eat anything.

Stir Fried Flat Noodle with Beef
You may not notice a lot of beef, but there were plenty inside.  Stir fried with dark soy sauce, this is one of our favourite, and most Hong Kong people's favourite noodle dishes.  But since it is part of a set menu for two, the size is relatively smaller than a regular dish.  Anyway we had six courses altogether, so we were happy with it.

All Inclusive Lunch Set
HK$78 per person (US$10)
(minimum 2 persons)
Available on weekdays only

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