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Making any kind of dim sum from scratch can be quite a lot of work. Some can even find it a bit of a daunting task especially if you’re aiming to recreate your restaurant favorites.
No need to order for take-out or delivery every single time you’re craving for them, nor stress out in the kitchen if you don’t feel like making them on your own. We list down some places where you can get packed dim sum even from some of your favorite Chinese, Taiwanese, Cantonese, etc. restaurants.
Ersao has been one of the longest and most popular Taiwanese restaurant in the country. Running for about 20 years now, they are now online and offering their famous dim sum in frozen packed delights, which you can easily order thru their website along with their other offers.
Famously known as DEC Food Plaza, this Chinese grocery offers a wide array of dim sum and Chinese treats such as Tikoy and hopia. What’s great also is that they have multiple branches across the metro and that they deliver as well.
Eng Bee Tin may be known for their hopia and tikoy, but this Chinese deli also offers frozen packed dim sum, ready to cook meals, and even all your shabu-shabu needs. No need to go all the way to their physical stores as you can easily order straight from their website.
King Chef is a seafood restaurant that offers authentic Cantonese meals. They also now offer frozen dim sum. From siomai to taosi spareribs, you can stock them on your freezer for when the next craving hits.
If you want to stock on your favorite dim sum, then Wai Ying pretty much has most of them. They even offer an assorted pack for when you can’t make up your mind, or even Christmas box packages to give this holiday season.
You can now stock on xiao long bao and have them whenever you want. Din Tai Fung now offers their crowd favorite pork xiao long bao in a frozen pack which you can order via their Moment Group website or at selected SM Supermarkets and Savemore branches.
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Cover image from Ersao Taiwanese Restaurant’s Facebook page.