WHERE IN METRO MANILA: There's always a time for a Dimsum Break

Cebu-based Ding Qua Qua Dimsum House and Harbour City Dimsum House, which pionereed the all-day dimsum dining in 1969, has earned raves from locals and visitors in Cebu.

In 2012, the group which created the signature dimsum buffet brought Dimsum Break to Manila. Similar to its  in Cebu, Dimsum Break’s branches in Manila follows a cafeteria-style/self-service set-up where customers line up in front of the counter, where all the food is laid out.

Dimsum Break's first Manila branch is located at the The Annex (3F) in SM City North Edsa. They have a second branch at the University Belt (located at corner of C.M. Recto and N. Reyes). The group is planning to expand its Dimsum Break outlets in strategic locations nationwide.

Dimsum lovers can enjoy Great Dimsum Buffet for only P99.

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Let's take a look at their menu.

All the steamed dimsum baskets are priced at P65. Served in twos or threes (or 75 to 100 grams), each item on the menu is good for one person. Bestsellers include the Sweet and Sour Pork, Spring Rolls and Crab Pincers, which are filled with a crab mixture and deep-fried.

Another well-loved dish here is the Steamed Fried Rice, a fried rice topped with shrimp and pork, and steamed in a rice cooker with its secret sauce. This was an original creation of Mr. Henry Uytengsu. It’s a meal in itself.

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Other fried treats offered at Dimsum Break include Garlic Pork Spareribs, Stuffed Shrimps, Sweet and Sour Chicken, Sweet and Sour Fish, Stuffed Taro, Spiced Eggs, Shrimp Toast, Fried Wanton and Fried Shrimp Balls.

For steamed items, the fast food joint serves Fish Fillet, Chicken Feet, Empress Roll (wrapped in steamed cabbage), Mandunggo (steamed tripe), and Pai Kuat (pork ribs).

On top of the dimsum and rice is a selection of noodles and soups, as well as three types of steamed buns or Shaopao (siopao). For dessert, Dimsum Break has a mix of Chinese and Filipino treats, from the Buchi to the Halo-Halo and Leche Flan.

For more details visit their Facebook pages - Main and Recto Branch or Twitter account.

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