Dim Sum is all about steamy bamboo baskets, stir and deep fried fresh ingredients, dumplings and other goodies, served in small portions.

Literally means “to touch the heart” (guilty) and is considered the biggest flag of Cantonese food. We can’t avoid going to these restaurants and not leaving completely full. Everything is extremely fresh, well-cooked and delicious! 

Macau Dim Sum (ex Yum Cha Garden)
Yum Cha Garden (now Macau Dim Sum) @ TrenDestination

At Macau Dim Sum, don’t miss the Jelly fish in Thai sauce (5,50€) – simply amazing – and the Fried rice bowl with bits of chinese sausage (1,50€)! Test your senses with the photos below:

Yum Cha Garden
Jelly fish in Thai sauce (5,50€) @ TrenDestination
Yum Cha Garden
Fried rice w/ chinese sausage (1,50€) @ TrenDestination
Yum Cha Garden
Chinese buns w/ pork and vegetables (3,50€) @ TrenDestination

Chinese New Year hot tip: At Macau Dim Sum, they’ll always offer you slices of seasonal fruit at the end of your meal – might be orange, watermelon, mandarin, etc.

More info: Yum Cha Garden Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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