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Where to Get Ready-to-Cook Dim Sum You Can Have at Home

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While big social gatherings are being kept to a minimum during the pandemic, one thing you can’t miss out on is indulging in mouthwatering Chinese food. Why not bring home some classic dim sum dishes you can easily enjoy in the comfort of your own homes? And the best part is, there’s no one there to judge you in case you overindulge.

Here are a couple of stores where you can get your fill of ready-to-cook dim sum:

1. The House of Dim Sum

Based in New Manila, The House of Dim Sum offers a wide variety of freshly made premium dim sum. With recipes straight from Hong Kong, you can ensure that you get an authentic experience for your feast at home. They have it all — from the classics to the sweet and savory and even dim sum paos!

Chinoy owner, Kat de Jesus, shares that this business started out as a quarantine project. Since she works as a DJ, she needed to find an alternative source of income. To her surprise and delight, her dim sum business garnered overwhelming support and is continuously growing.

So, if you’re missing the taste of Hong Kong dim sum, some dishes you should try out are the Chiu Chow dumplings and beancurd rolls. And for your sweet tooth, don’t miss out on the egg custard buns.

 

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You can get in touch with The House of Dimsum via their social media pages, Facebook and Instagram, or send them a message at 0915-520-6336.

 

2. What On Earth

Whether you’re already vegan or are looking to transition to this lifestyle, you may opt to try some delectable dim sum from What On EarthThey offer healthy, vegan options for your plant-based journey. Plus, they also deliver to areas outside of Metro Manila, like Rizal and Bulacan.

 

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To see more of their vegan offerings, you may contact What On Earth via their social media pages, Facebook and Instagram.

 

3. Eng Bee Tin Chinese Deli

While this Binondo staple is best known for their best-selling hopia and tikoy, patrons will be glad to know that Eng Bee Tin also sells frozen dim sum and ready-to-cook Chinese dishes through their website.

You can choose from their selection of over 20 frozen dim sum offerings like The Great Buddha Siomai, Pork Goyong, Prawn Beancurd, Roll and many more. Why not even throw in some Lava Buchi for desert? Just pop these in the steamer and you’re good to go!

 

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For orders, contact Eng Bee Tin Chinese Deli through Ube Delivery. You can also follow them on their social media pages, Facebook and Instagram.

 

4. Dim Sum Cravings

One of our latest discoveries from chef and certified foodie, Mitch Yu, is Dimsum Cravings. Their store offers a Dim Sum Sampler, so you can enjoy a variety of your favorites at affordable prices. Such a great way to satisfy your cravings!

Pro Tip: Try their Ngohiong Roll, Cebu’s version of the Chinese spring roll. It’s handmade to perfection.

 

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For orders, check out Dim Sum Cravings PH on their Facebook and Instagram accounts.

 

5. Din Tai Fung

Of course, who could forget the world-famous xiao long bao from Din Tai Fung? Without having to endure the long lines just to dine in at their restaurant chains, frozen versions of these sought-after dumplings are now available in select leading stores and groceries across the country.

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You can also order online through The Moment Group’s Moment The Grocer. For more updates, you can follow Din Tai Fung Philippines on their social media pages, Facebook and Instagram.

 

Need more help deciding which dim sum to get? Check out the 7 dim sum eats here.

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