Enjoyed these dumplings! They were packed nicely, with a juicy sweet chicken and shrimp filling. The pops of roe on top gave that needed extra crunch.

  • 2 Likes

Unfortunately a tad too under-seasoned. Texture of the rice was not as fluffy as we would have liked, though we appreciated the generous amount of eggs fried in. This dish is part of Dim Sum Haus’ CNY menu.

  • 2 Likes

Rabbit-shaped puddings to welcome the Rabbit Year! 😂 These are jiggly soft and made of red beans. A little too sweet for my liking, but something children might like. This dish is part of Dim Sum Haus’ CNY menu.

These were lightly pan fried on both sides and the rice cakes were soft and chewy. Was quite a nice snack, though I was hoping for a sweet dip for it to be paired with. This dish is part of Dim Sum Haus’ CNY menu.

  • 2 Likes

One of our table’s favourites was the Crispy Shrimp and Mango Roll. It came piping hot and was done with a thin crispy exterior and a well-sized shrimp.

  • 1 Like

Dim Sum Haus is ready for CNY with their newly launched CNY menu! Apart from 9 types of noodles, rice and dim sum dishes, there’s also our CNY staple - yu sheng, available for order. Dim Sum Haus does theirs with abalones, and the one here is the big portion suitable for 6-10 pax, while the smaller portion is at $48.80 and feeds 3-5 pax.

This is another dish familiar in last Lunar New Year’s menu, but with an improved recipe. The chicken is marinated with five-spice powder, air-dried and roasted. The meat was tender, but would have preferred much crispier skin. It's served with an in-house chilli sauce made with seven types of Yunnan's chillies and a salt and pepper dry dip which were helpful in elevating the flavours.

  • 1 Like

Can’t do a CNY meal without yu sheng! Yun Nans’ Prosperity Abalone Yu Sheng features shredded white carrot adorably shaped as a rabbit and plump whole abalones. The plum sauce used leaned a little more tangy than we usually prefer.

  • 1 Like

This crowd favourite returns to Yun Nans’ CNY menu again this year! The golden broth base is slowly stewed for 6 hours, and further topped with 11 auspicious ingredients of roast pork belly, bamboo pith, sea cucumber, abalone, scallops, prawns, mushrooms, fish maw, cordyceps flowers, yam and Chinese cabbage. The comforting, luxurious savoury broth kept us going for more! Loved how it’s not overly salty - we even dabao-ed the leftover broth and made soup noodles at home, yum!

  • 1 Like

Red shiso soda with lemon slices - this leaned more sweet, but was minty and refreshing, recommended to pair with their Festive Set ($21.80). Added pretty red hues in line with the Christmas vibes!

A very pleasantly light piece that has an almond dacquoise base, with layers of nutty pistachio praline, tangy sweet strawberry crémeux and rhubarb compote, plus valrhona opalys bavarois. Was specially created for Christmas!

Pear compote, vanilla, white chocolate and amaretto on a base of hazelnut chocolate sponge and chocolate sablé. I personally would have liked a more distinct pear sweetness to come through, as the chocolate elements seem to take centre stage.