Revisiting Dimsum Break

Revisiting Dimsum Break

It's been a long time that I visited Dimsum Break's first restaurant in Metro Manila. The last time that I've been to their SM North-The Annex branch was in December 2012.

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With the Oriental interiors that made up the whole resto, they served the best Chinese dimsum in town! I had a chance to visit again few weeks ago. While waiting for my client, I was curious if they have the same menu and I ordered a bunch of it.

Kalokang sa takaw ko nito...naubos ko lahat. LOL :D
Kalokang sa takaw ko nito...naubos ko to lahat. LOL :D

I love to eat dimsums! My late grandfather taught us to be a foodie. When I was a kid, we're always eating out in Manila. He make it sure that we're satisfied on what's in store in every food trip we have.

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Empress Roll
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Steam Fried Rice
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Spring Roll. In Tagalog, lumpiang prito
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Sweet buchi
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Coconut Cream

Aside from their tasty meals and desserts on their menu, I also had a chance to try their Halo-Halo.

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Halo-Halo with ice cream on top

It's not the usual Halo-Halo that I ate for the past few weeks due to the unpredicted hot weather. It has ube flavored ice cream on top but I was disappointed on how it taste. They must improve on the ingredients and spice up with a pinch of sugar on it.

For the dimsum, it's a four star but for the Halo-Halo itself, they must add other ingredients in a typical Pinoy dessert.

 

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