This Sunday, September 18th, we served up our second quarterly Dim Sum Sunday at Blue Bamboo from 11-2. It’s no secret that we love our dim sum, and after the feedback from our last Dim Sum Sunday, we just couldn’t wait to do it again. We’ve had multiple dim sum cooking classes at Blue Bamboo, but we only serve it to our guests once a quarter. We offered a la carte service of roast pork buns, turnip cakes, shrimp dumplings, pineapple buns, potstickers, and other dim sum favorites for that day only.
As I have mentioned before, Dim Sum is the way Cantonese people socialize and conduct business. In any Chinatown around the World, there are Dim Sum restaurants where all menu items are served in mini steamer baskets, and small plates. Some people describe Dim Sum as Asian Tapas, where you can order as many items as you’d like, and keep ordering until you are full. Customarily, the table will order a stir fry plate of noodles to finish off their brunch experience.
Mark your calendar for our next Dim Sum Sunday if you can make it, and come on by from 11-2 on Sunday, November 27th.Â Better yet, call us if you can make it.
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Chef Dennis Chan is the creator of Blue Bamboo, a great restaurant. He writes this blog as an outlet for his food ideas and to keep fans of Blue Bamboo, Hip Asian Comfort Food and his cooking classes up-to-date.
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