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Hello Dim Sum Paper lovers, are you looking for the latest Dim Sum Paper Menu? You have arrived at the right place then. We have uploaded their complete menu with pictures & updated prices. Below you will find the latest Lists of Dim Sum Paper Menu 2024 Hong Kong with prices.


Dim Sum Paper Faux Shark’s Fin Soup

One of their signature dishes is the Faux Shark’s Fin Soup, which starts at just HK$38. Don’t worry, despite the name, this dish doesn’t actually contain any shark fin – instead, it’s a delicious and sustainable alternative. The soup is full of flavor and the texture of the ingredients creates a satisfying mouthfeel.

Faux Shark’s Fin Soupfrom HK$ 38

Dim Sum Paper Shumai

I recently visited and was blown away by their Bigeye Fish Siu Mai and Shrimp Siu Mai. The Bigeye Fish Siu Mai is a must-try dish, priced at an affordable HK$ 35. The Shrimp Siu Mai, at HK$ 48, is also a great option for seafood lovers. Both dishes were bursting with flavor and had the perfect texture.

Bigeye Fish Siu Maifrom HK$ 35
Shrimp Siu Maifrom HK$ 48

Dim Sum Paper Fish Ball King

Fish Ball KingHK$ 26

Golden Phoenix Shrimp Paste

One dish that you can’t miss is the Golden Phoenix Shrimp Paste, priced at HK$154. This delectable dish is made with fresh, succulent shrimp that are carefully ground and blended with premium seasonings. The result is a dish that is bursting with flavor and sure to leave your taste buds dancing with joy. From the moment it arrives at your table, you’ll be transported to a world of culinary bliss.

Golden Phoenix Shrimp PasteHK$ 154

Gift Box

Their noodle gift box, which comes in a six-piece pack, is a steal at only HK$ 154. For something a little more luxurious, consider their Golden XO or Golden gift boxes, priced at HK$ 346 and HK$ 274 respectively. And for the ultimate seafood lover, the Supreme Fish, Shrimp, and Crab Gift Box is a must-try at HK$ 478. All of these gift boxes make for a perfect present, or simply a treat for yourself if you’re feeling indulgent.

Noodles Gift Box (6-piece Pack)HK$ 154
Golden XO Gift BoxHK$ 346
Golden Gift BoxHK$ 274
Supreme Fish, Shrimp, and Crab Gift BoxHK$ 478

Is dim sum popular in Hong Kong?

Either way, these small plates have become an undisputed symbol of Hong Kong dining. In Cantonese, yum cha, which means ‘to drink tea’, describes the act of going to eat dim sum, a popular pastime among locals and visitors alike.

What is the famous dim sum chain in Hong Kong?

Tim Ho Wan (Chinese: 添好運) is a Hong Kong dim sum restaurant chain originating from Hong Kong. Known for being “the world’s cheapest Michelin-star restaurant”, the chain has since expanded and now has franchises in 12 countries.

Is Dimsum Chinese or Hong Kong?

Nowadays, dim sum is eaten all over China and the world, but the dishes are believed to have originated in southern China’s Guangdong region before eventually making their way to Hong Kong.

How much is the dim sum in Hong Kong?

In most restaurants that offer dim sum, one pays by the basket, and each basket usually contains two to four items of dim sum; the average price is about HK$20 to HK$40, though at expensive restaurants they can go much higher.

Which country is famous for dim sim meals?

Southern China

Dim sum in the modern day

In southern China, and specifically Hong Kong, many restaurants start serving dim sum as early as five in the morning. It’s commonly believed in the culinary world that yum cha inspired ‘brunch’ as it’s so often enjoyed mid-morning.

Why is dim sum popular in Hong Kong?

One of the main draws of dim sum is its diversity of flavors of textures, making it approachable for virtually every palate. Unsurprisingly then, as dim sum evolved into an increasingly inclusive cuisine in Hong Kong, it attracted a fanbase that spanned globally.

What is the biggest dim sum in the world?

The largest dim sum (yum cha) meal consists of 764 people and was achieved by 101.7 WSFM’s Jonesy & Amanda (Australia) in partnership with Channel 7 and City of Sydney in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, on 5 February 2019.

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