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Many of my Asian friends will know that I was very deprived of Chinese delicacies growing up. I have few memories of going to yum cha and only know the food by their taste. It was probably for the best because now, as an adult with a bit of disposable income, I can fully appreciate the experience and go as crazy as my stomach will allow.
Dan and I spent a lovely Sunday afternoon at Kam Fook. With my broken Chinese and vague memories of what things were called, we ate our little hearts out. I won't bore you with descriptions, I'm sure you're all familiar with yum cha (what with all food bloggers being Asian and all). As expected, everything was delicious (though not all chopstick-friendly) and doggy-bag-worthy.
BBQ pork buns
Pork spring rolls
Mixed seafood dumplings
Dao fu fa
I may not have done this much as a child but I'm thinking I will be a yum cha frequenter from now on because this was really good value! For the both of us, we spent around $50 and doggy-bagged a few things for dinner. In the words of George Costanza, this is like discovering plutonium by accident!