4 Famous Chinese dimsum restaurants to dine in Ho Chi Minh City

Dimsum is a traditional cuisine in China, a large range of small dishes that are served in restaurants for breakfast and lunch. The hearty meal includes over 100 dishes made from flour, wheat, seafood, meat…

Most of the dimsum dishes are steamed using bamboo steamer, or pan-fried such as har gow, jiaozi, dumplings, potstickers… There are also other choices in the menu for the diners, including meatrolls, chicken, soups, congee and others. You can visit these amazing restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City to enjoy a delicious family meal with steaming hot dimsum dishes.

Dimsum Tien Phat

Chinese dimsum, healthy food, Traditional cuisine, Chinese dimsum, healthy food, Traditional cuisine A delicious breakfast with only 70.000 VND (Photo: ZingNews)

Rate: 7,3/10

Adress: Ky Hoa Street, Ward 11, District 5, HCMC

Open /close time: 6h – 12h30

Prize: 50.000 – 100.000 VND

Comments from customers:

My Tran: “What I love about this restaurant is the variety of dishes in the menu. They are delicious and more interesting than other places. The price is reasonable. They have parking spots for both cars and motorbikes. The space inside the restaurant is large and airy. Great service. The disadvantages are the slow serving, and there is no private room”

Kis Huynh: “I have been eating at this restaurant for 5 years. It was my first time that I had my breakfast early on Sunday morning, and I was eager to have a Curry dish. The restaurant was crowded with people, but it did not affect the serving. Curry was delicious, but the bouillon was tasteless”

Khai Ky Kungfu Lamian

Chinese dimsum, healthy food, Traditional cuisine, Chinese dimsum, healthy food, Traditional cuisine The restaurant is one of the most well-known place for its tasty dumplings (Photo: ZingNews)

Rate: 7,4/10

Address: Ha Ton Quyen Street, District 11, HCMC

Open/Close time: 8-11h and 16h30 – 22h30

Comments from customers:

Gia My Huynh: “I used to come here to eat with my parents when I was a child. I enjoyed watching the the chefs twist, stretch and fold the dough into thin strands. Aside from lamian, there are plenty of other dishes such as dumplings, jiaozi, har gow,… I love the dumplings, as it has a very soft crust, rich with cha siu and has a sweet taste. The price is reasonable, ranging from 30.000 VND to 50.000 VND”

Sullie: “I have tried jiaozi, har gow and cha siu bao. I have nothing to complain about the taste, only it is a little bit pricey. Cha siu bao did not meet my expectations. The service is fine. The only downside is the high price compared to quantity.”

Hue Hung Tra Gia

Chinese dimsum, healthy food, Traditional cuisine, Chinese dimsum, healthy food, Traditional cuisine Although the price is high, the food’s quality is amazing (Photo: ZingNews)

Rate: 7,3/10

Address: Nguyen Binh Khiem Street, District 1, HCMC

Open/Close time: 6 -11h

Giá: 30.000 VND – 60.000 VND

Comments from customers:

Tina Nguyen: “Although the price is high, the food’s quality is amazing. The bouillon is not as sweet as I expected. The restaurant is always crowded with guests. The disadvantage is the unsuitable menu, which makes ordering very difficult.”

Minhphuong88: “The restaurant is located on District 1, the price is high but is much more reasonable than other dimsum restaurants in the area. They only open in the morning, so you must order quick ly. Me and my husband love eating here in the rainy days. The steaming hot dimsum, delicious wonton noodles. The jiaozi’s crust is thin and soft, the ground meat inside is rich and juicy, not dry at all. There is hot tea for beverage. The security guard is nice and friendly.”

Baoz Dimsum

Chinese dimsum, healthy food, Traditional cuisine, Chinese dimsum, healthy food, Traditional cuisine The food brings a pleasantof traditional Chinese taste.(Photo: ZingNews)

Rate: 7/10

Price: 50.000 VND – 200.000 VND

Address 1: Nguyen Tri Phuong Street, Ward 7, District 5, HCMC

Open/Close time: 6h30 – 14h and 16 -23h

Address 2: Hong Bang Street, Ward 12, District 5, HCMC

Open/Close time: 9 – 23h

Comments from customers:

Cuong Tran: “This is the first time I came to a luxorious and well-known Chinese restaurant. The food brings a pleasant Chinese taste. The service is fast and all the dishes are satisfying. The restaurant is suitable with large group from 3 to 6 people. Each time I come here, I will try to the last meal in the menu.”

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