The Dim Sum Cooking Workshop lasts 3 hours The price for this workshop is € 75 per person (including VAT).
Not everyone knows the meaning of Dim Sum. It means ‘pointed hearts’, ‘heart’s delights,’ or ‘heartwarmers,’ three terms for this delightful dish. During the Dim Sum cooking workshop, we will work together to create small bites that collectively make for a delightful meal.
Discover Unique Dim Sum Flavors
Dim sum is a traditional Chinese cuisine primarily known for its small, bite-sized dishes served in bamboo steamers or on small plates. This culinary art has its origins in the teahouses of Canton (now Guangzhou) and is often associated with the Chinese tradition of “yum cha” (tea-drinking). Dim sum dishes range from savory dumplings and steamed buns to sweet pastries and cakes.
Some popular dim sum dishes include “har gow” (shrimp dumplings), “siu mai” (pork and shrimp dumplings), and “char siu bao” (steamed buns filled with barbecue pork). Dim sum is traditionally served with tea and is ideal for sharing, making it a popular choice for family gatherings and social events.
What’s Included in the Dim Sum Cooking Workshop
Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
All ingredients and cooking equipment
Price based on groups of at least 10 people
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