Dim Sum · Fun for All Ages · City Life · Local Experience · Flexible · Conveniently Located · Big Family · Big Groups · For Two · Small Groups · Solo · Young Family
Shop L308, Level 3, The One, 100 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
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2 years ago
The cutest cast of characters, from Garfield to Spongebob Squarepants, take their Dim Sum form at Dim Sum Icon. It’s impossible to keep yourself from playing with your food with cartoon-themed delights looking up from the plate! A favorite thing to do is to take your chopsticks, poke a hole in the steamed buns’ faces to make the filling ooze out. Dim Sum Icon has a full menu, from dumplings to rice meals, decorated by the month’s featured star. Every quarter, they switch it up and feature a different animated character; so drop by to check out who’s next on their roster of cartoon friends!
2 years ago
The cutest cast of characters, from Garfield to Spongebob Squarepants, take their Dim Sum form at Dim Sum Icon. It’s impossible to keep yourself from playing with your food with cartoon-themed delights looking up from the plate! Drop by to check out their featured toons, which they change every three months. Don’t forget your camera to take those Instagram-worthy shots!
2 months ago
Chinese restaurant - not in Chinatown. More refined than Royal China Baker Street. Expensive but good.
7 months ago
Practically what saved my friends and I for almost all days of our college life. Angkong siomai is the best, and I am not lying a bit! Anytime we eat at Angkong surely means having a great mood and a happy tummy the whole day. I remember how this place only started as a kiosk, and now they already have three branches around UST. They offer steamed and fried siomai and dumplings for only 50php! So budget-friendly, right?
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