We were craving for some Dim Sum so we sought out Tai Tong Restaurant in town. For those who are unfamiliar, Dim Sum is Cantonese food prepared as small bite-sized or individual portions of food traditionally served in small steamer baskets or on small plates, as shown in the pictures below. The restaurant also serve a variety of stir-fry dishes, more commonly known as Tze Char among the locals from noon onwards.
After arriving at around 7.30 am, we ordered our usual pot of tea( Kok Pou ). A Dim Sum dolly immediately came over with the Dim Sum trolley (it rhymes!) and we managed to find our favourites among the multiple baskets. If you haven’t got your fill of Dim Sum after the meal, fret not; you can always grab more when the trolley passes by.