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Review of Dim Sum

Dim Sum
Ranked #882 of 9 081 Restaurants in Milan
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Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Neighbourhood: Città Studi
Reviewed 6 May 2018 via mobile

Whether it was the fantastic range of dumplings, or the excellent ribs, shredded chicken, soup or veg, the service here was excellent!
Absolutely couldn't fault it. Not cheap, but excellent and worth every penny!

Thank JockWelsh
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Reviewed 31 March 2018

Few days ago , I heard someone wondering where all cheap chinese restaurants have gone . Ten years ago they were at every corner , selling cheap food, all tasting the same and with a menu , that was probably printed from the same supplier. Then in few years , Chinese restaurants evolved. some ( many ) of them transformed into Japanese, Sushi, Fusion , all you can eat etc etc , and then the better ones undertsood that Chinese food deserved a better presentation and could honour the unbelievable rich heritage of one of the best cuisine in the world .
So no more super fried and greasy spring rolls, but delicate dishes , gathering the amazing techniques and mixing up hi end ingredients , some of them also local.
And here you have Dim Sum , an elegant place, furnished with savvy taste, with a trendy ambience and clientele, serving dim sum but not only , with a special attention to preentation and lightnss. They do a great job , they serve some extremely mouthwatering raviolis ( seafood and lime, chicken and coconut ) some less intriguing though perfectly shaped and served. Wonderful meats , the porck rack is lovely , and vegetables are crunchy and light , perfectly cooked . Portions are inversely proportioned to prices , so expect each dim sum to be around 3 euros a piece ( that's not cheap at all, evn for h end chinese restaurants ) , Great wine list and great selection of spirits, Efficient and well made service( a little smilier won't disturb ) .
Desserts also amazingly delicious . A nice place , a nice decor, lovely ambience , trendy as New Chinese are now in Milano , ten thousands years away from a typical Chinese restaurants ,,, still they are now praticallt disappeared .

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Thank enricoallievi
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Reviewed 19 March 2018 via mobile

Went for dinner here last night, waitress was lovely and couldnt of been more helpful. Dim sum starters were outrageously priced and so tiny i wish i hadnt of ordered them. The sweet and sour chicken at 18 euros was the tastiest s&s ive ever had! The spicy crispy beef was also! However the portions again were the smallest things ive ever seen!!
We left hungrier then when we arrived!

Thank Hannah D
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Reviewed 5 February 2018

Beautiful restaurant with open Kitchen. Interior and atmosphere are tastefully designed. Service excellent. Good dim Sum and mains. You can choose between more than 10 dim sum and you can tasty an excellent Crispy Duck.
Only the price is a little bit too high.

Thank niaben
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Reviewed 9 December 2017 via mobile

We decided to walk along from out hotel and check this place out, it’s four blocks from Chateau Montfort and easily found. Lovely first impressions on entering and friendly smile greeted us. Decor and open kitchen on view were nice. Menu was presented and in both English and Italian. We choose the prawn fried rice, Singapore noodles, sweet n sour chicken and spicy beef. Food came in stages which was not to our liking, however it was very tasty.
Just be aware the portions are very light (and we are not big eaters), rice was a very small bowl, noodles were slightly bigger and main dishes were just enough. This is ok usually as you would just order more, however this is not a cheap place and the rice alone is very expensive considering a bag is €1 from local supermarket. it was enjoyable, however we would not return due to the fact it was overpriced in my opinion.

Thank Pacco212
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