譚點 點心 – Hong Kong
Kowloon City is becoming a foodie paradise! First, there’s Thai, Vietnamese and Islamic food; then there’s dessert shops and now, dim sum specialty restaurants. My aunt took me to 譚點 點心 to try their fusion dimsum.
We went on a Saturday and there was a short line up.
Ha gaos (shrimp dumplings)… nothing really special.. except it only comes in twos..
shrimp rice rolls … the skin was thick …it doesn’t seem like that from the pictures, but it is…
pork lung soup… very tasty… to the point I think there’s MSG added to it…
mini wasabi shrimp burger…. the shrimp batter was a bit too thick…. but it’s inventive..
pan-fried glutinous rice.. this was pretty good.. flavourful and the rice wasn’t soggy..
sesame balls filled with runny egg yolk.. pretty interesting combination… but I still prefer the sesame filling..
boot jai go (red bean pudding)… too sweet!
The dim sum served here is inventive but it’s lacking the quality. Also, it’s a bit pricey considering the location and the food served (it came out to $150 for 2)… Tim Ho Wan is cheaper!
FAIM? OUI OUI!!
29 Nam Kok Road, Kowloon City
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