What is DimSum?

Steamed Vege LoMaiGai -
Vege chicken, soybeans, house seitan, Chinese mushrooms and sticky rice wrapped with lotus leaf

Dim sum (traditional Chinese: 點心; simplified Chinese: 点心; pinyin: diǎnxīn; Cantonese Yale: dímsām) is a large range of small dishes that Cantonese people traditionally enjoy in restaurants for yum cha (Chinese: 飲茶; Cantonese Yale: yám chàh; pinyin: yǐnchá; lit. 'drink tea'), a Cantonese brunch tradition.

There are over one thousand dim sum dishes available, which are usually eaten as breakfast or brunch. Cantonese dim sum has a very broad range of flavors, textures, cooking styles, and ingredients, and can be classified into regular items, seasonal offerings, weekly specials, banquet dishes, holiday dishes, house signature dishes, travel-friendly, as well as breakfast or lunch foods and late night snacks.

Steamed Xiao Long Bao -
vegetable filled buns

Here in ZhenHao DimSum we serve traditional Chinese food with our own style, which is established by years of experiences. We use high quality and simple raw materials to cook Chinese dishes full of rich flavours.

All DimSum and dishes listed are milk-free. Dimsums, dumplings, noodles, yuntun, grilled meats and meatballs are selfmade.