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Dim Sum Pop-Up Dinner


     Dim Sum was a verb that merely meant “to eat a little something.” Cantonese dim sum culture began in tearooms in the latter half of the nineteenth century in the city of Guangzhou, possibly because of the recent ban of opium dens. It spread and gained popularity—especially in nearby Hong Kong.


September 16,

Saturday 6:30  pm


The Hummingbirds Kitchen 


$68 per person

*Gratuity is not included in the price*




Shanghai Pan-fry Dumplings 

Pork, ginger, scallion 



BBQ Pork


BBQ Duck 



Pai Gwut 

(Steamed spareribs with fermented black beans)

Small sections of pork rib are steamed with fermented soybeans



Shrimp Siu Mai



Cha Siu Bao

 (Steamed BBQ pork Stuffed Buns)

BBQ pork, oyster sauce



Radish Cake 

scallop, shrimp, radish, ground pork, rice flour



Chinese Style Seafood Congee


Steamed Asian Greens






Mango Pudding


Sweet Egg Tart




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