Dim sum is part of the Chinese tradition of snacks originating from the Song Dynasty (960-1279) where royal chefs created dishes, such as minced pheasant, lark tongue, and sweets made from steamed milk and bean paste. With dozens of dishes in the repertoire today, Dim Sum is popular all over the world. Chef Lippe offers a modest variety here, delivered to your door. You can order a bamboo steamer if you need one.
Ha Gao (shrimp dumpling). Pork shumai. Chicken shumai. Pork Jiaozi/gyoza. Chicken jiaozi/gyoza. Vegetable jiaozi/gyoza. Wonton. Egg rolls. Meatballs. Tofu. Chicken paws. Gai Lan (Chinese broccoli). Bok Choy. Choy Sum. Beef Tripe with ginger and onions. Pork spare ribs. Curry squid. Baby octopus sesame-soy and scallions. Baby squid oyster sauce.