dim sum

  1. traditional Chinese cuisine; a variety of foods (including several kinds of steamed or fried dumplings) are served successively in small portions
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How To Use dim sum In A Sentence

  • London's full of noodle bars and dim sum places because of him. Times, Sunday Times
  • And then make it up on the dim sum and crispy Peking duck. Times, Sunday Times
  • The front of a dim sum restaurant has a long steam tray covered with stacks of bamboo baskets containing all kinds of delicious treats.
  • It's a weekday morning and the elderly patrons are hard at work on dim sum and sponge cake.
  • The restaurant also provides traditional dim sum, such as date paste shortbread and shaomai - the steamed buns stuffed with glutinous rice, diced meat and mushroom.
  • Dim Sum Dictionary A word about dim sum in general: It is not for people who must know every ingredient.
  • Louise Renne, who ran unopposed for city attorney, threw a dim sum party for successful treasurer candidate Susan Leal.
  • [Everything is a friggin dumpling at dim sum, so I try not to use their English names ...]). Is China Gourmet the Best General Tso’s in Midtown? (or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Thing That Hopitalized Me in 1996) | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan
  • The food is an exotic mix of tapas and dim sum, so you eat chorizo and calamari one minute, spring rolls and satay the next.
  • Some of the featured dishes include hot and sour soup; a dim sum duet of shrimp or vegetable spring rolls and sticky rice; ruby prawns in a secret glaze; and beef short ribs in a black pepper sauce and accompanied by broccolini. Audarshia Townsend: Hop Along to These Haute Cuisine Spots
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