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Dim Sum

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by 97guns, May 30, 2007.

  1. 97guns

    97guns

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    anyone heard of it, tried it, liked it, can comment on it. i love the stuff but for some of you maybee in the midwest area's or other areas with little asian influence you may not have heard of the stuff.
     
  2. Yum. Probably the ultimate bite sized food. All kinds of dumplings, but you have to try out the tripe and chicken feet to really know you've had dim sum.

    Sushi is second on my list. Then Spanish tapas.
     


  3. lcarreau

    lcarreau Reload Artist

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    Its good stuff, but it can be easy to get carried away, especially with women. They want to try one of everything. Before you know it, you have more $2 item on your table than can be eaten. Its best to go in groups of four.

    -Lonnie
     
  4. VictorLouis

    VictorLouis

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    Know it. Love it. Want more of it!:thumbsup:

    It's been a couple of months since I last went. A Chinese acquaintance recommended a place here in town that I hadn't heard of before. However, when I went to check it out, it had just caught fire the night before. :upeyes: Now, I'm waiting for the re-opening.
     
  5. tat2guy

    tat2guy NRA Life Member Silver Member

    I luvs me some Dim Sum! We have a number of really great places here in Philly.
     
  6. Dim Sum is awesome. Usually, the bigger cities have a better selection of restaurants, like: D.C., NYC, L.A., San Diego, S.F.. Toronto and S.F. are my favs. Although, you can find great Dim Sum restaurants in smaller cities too.
     
  7. tat2guy

    tat2guy NRA Life Member Silver Member

    Usually a good indicator of how good a particular Dim Sum place is, is to look at who's eating there. If you're not Chinese, and eating there would put you in a very distinct minoity of "not Chinese", then it's probably a good place to eat.