A Modern take on the Classic Teahouse

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From shaomai, empress roll, pai kuat, fried shrimp balls to stuffed shrimps. Your choice of fried or steamed, definitely offering a wide array of dim sum, noodles and soups. This newly opened old fast food chain is located at the SM North EDSA The ANNEX.

Although there are hundreds of Chinese-themed restaurants and kiosks offering the same menu, Dimsum Break has a modern take on the fancy teahouse, best for those who are always on-the-go on a fast-paced lifestyles.

Dimsum Break in SM North EDSA is the 16th branch owned and operated by the Harbour City Dimsum House Co., Inc. (HCDHCI), a private family corporation primarily engaged in the fast food business in Cebu.

Stuffed Taro and Fried Wanton

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Steamed Chicken feet & steamed chicken

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Steamed Pai Kuat and Steamed Empress Roll

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Steamed Bacon Shaomai and steamed quail’s egg shaomai

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Steamed Hakao and Shaomai

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The store provides a warm, light and cozy atmosphere. Their interior and design are hip and cool and you can see modernized equipment and display areas for customer needs.

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At the counter displays over 20 steamed and fried dim sum, so first timers will have an ease in choosing what to order. They set-up a special tray with different steamed dim sum, a bowl of original steamed fried rice, some fried dim sum too and a serving of dessert. I was delighted they have though of serving us small portions so we could try everything.

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A must-try are the rice pots (P68) such as the Yang Chow Fried Rice, Beef Steak Rice and the Original Steamed Fried Rice, a must-try.  It’s a heartwarming dish, perfect anytime of the day.

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Mouth-watering and fried to perfection shrimp toast, stuffed shrimps, crab princers and spring rolls served with a sweet and spicy (mild) dip.

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Dimsum Break's coconut cream and mango custard may look very simple but you’d be surprise with the taste and smoothness, excellent! Also, the sweetness is just right. It’s delicious in its simplicity. I highly recommend them but there’s also buko pandan, buchi, leche flan and halo-halo which I need to try on my next visit.

Whether you’re in Cebu or Metro Manila, you never have to miss your favorite dim sum.

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The people behind the success of DimSum Break

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3rd Floor, SM North EDSA, The ANNEX.


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