After the bloggers tour of Hello Kitty Village at SM North Edsa, I was famished but good thing Ross of WheninManila.com invited us again for another event, this time for the grand opening of Dimsum Break. Dimsum Break is popular in Cebu, that’s why they are bringing the dimsum goodness here in Manila. As the name suggests, Dimsum Break serves dimsum and Chinese food, but what makes them famous is their Steamed Fried Rice.
Would you believe that this generous serving of Original Steamed Fried Rice is only Php 68? Oh yes! Dimsum Break prides itself for having affordable and wide selection of dimsum. A complete package meal would cost a customer only Php 133—an order of dim sum at Php 65 plus the rice pot at Php 68.
Here are the other dimsums that we enjoyed:
Hakao is my staple order whenever we have dimsum, and I like Dimsum Break’s hakao because the shrimp is soft and fresh.
You can never go wrong with bacon! This Bacon Shaomai is a new twist to traditional siomai, more tasty because of the addition of bacon.
Bloggers who got to order this said that this is very filling, nakakabusog!
After stuffing yourselves with dimsum, make room for desserts because Dimsum Break has desserts too, for only Php 55! We had Coconut Cream and Mango Custard, love them both because they are not too sweet.
Check out the resto’s funky modern Chinese vibe with their interiors. I love the lighting idea!
How to order at Dimsum Break? Just go to the counter, grab a tray, pick your dimsum and pay at the cashier. That’s your dimsum in a dash.
Visit Dimsum Break at the 3rd level of SM North Edsa Annex.