Glowing neon signs mark this eatery, often packed with locals hankering for baskets of Black Truffle and Crab Dumplings and Pineapple Buns. Not to mention, piggy-shaped Salted Yolk Custard Buns that look too cute to eat!
The atmosphere is welcoming, with the clatter of dishes and friendly conversation surrounding diners as they indulge and satisfy their cravings for good Dim Sum!
There are many dishes to enjoy inside Ding Dim 1968, one of which is a forever Hong Kong favorite, shumai. The restaurant is famous for its Shumai with Black Truffle that oozes a delightful mushroom flavor with every bite. To add to that, you can also try Ding Dim's Quail Egg Shumai.