Dim Sum, a unique dish has recently become famous all over the world. It refers to a wide variety of light Chinese snacks usually enjoyed with tea. Dim Sum originated from the southern part of China as some side dishes that workers used to eat in their break time.
In Singapore, Dim Sum has been popular with various types such as Char Siu Bao, Egg Custard Tarts, Flower Scallion Rolls, Har Gau, Mini Spring Rolls, Potstickers, Sesame Seed Balls, Shrimp Toast, Shu Mai and Spareribs. Dim Sum is prepared as small bite-sized or individual portions of food, served in small steamer baskets or on small plates.
These dim sum classics are well-presented on the menus of Singapore’s long well-loved dim sum restaurants. A few of those places also offers their new own creations to excite dim sum lovers. Find out more below.
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