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Have you ever had Yum Cha at an Asian Restaurant?

Would you like to if not, and do you like it?

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Yes, I really like it -like the fact that you can see what you are about to order/get.

I like a lot of the things they bring around on trays apart from the meat dishes.

Their desserts are delicious, and I find it hard to stop eating if it is a good Yum Cha place and there is a lot of variety.

There are a lot here in Perth however, that are not so good and the choice is not that great.
by Finy
Yes, and I love the fact that the food is so varied and there is no waiting time. You can literally be in and out of the restaurant in a short amount of time if you are in a rush. In the places I have eaten in, the food was always fresh and amazing so I have only had good experiences. I also love the fact that everything that is brought around is so different and the portions are small so you can try one of everything.
Where else do you eat yum cha? ;) Yes, I like it but it has become a little more challenging since I became vegetarian. They usually have veggie food, it's just a matter of figuring out which things it is.
I guess maybe we should say "have yum cha" rather than "eat yum cha" since I gather it refers to the tea rather than the food. Would anyone Chinese or more knowledgable like to clarify? Maybe I'll hit up the Wikipedia.
I think yum cha means "drink tea".
by fran.
When I lived in Melbourne,there were so many wonderful Yum Cha restaurants and they were also very cheap!!We used to go quite often. I have not done so for many years now. It's a bit far to travel from North Queensland just for lunch!!!
Oh Jules - please suggest me some ! I am always scared that if I go to a Yum Cha - either I will come back hungry or empty pocket .. lol
by BK
A few times. Yum Cha is a great name . . it sure is yum.
by Rice
I have never but would like to
by AJ
Do it AJ, make it a NY's resolution. ;-)
by Vee
Have you been yet, A.J as it's now July, 2016? I think it's more fun to go with friends or family than on your own.
by Miro
It's now end of Oct '17! Have you been to a YUM CHA yet, AJ? (You can reply on my reply to the question, 7th down on blue answer below your answer!)
by Miro
Yes and yes!
by Vee
Yes...many many times.

As a family my son always takes us to one that is very big, and can sit over 120 people.

The food is wonderful, and I like the little white dumplings that have veggies inside.

LOVE Yum Cha, big time :)
Oh I just love Yum Cha. I just love the variety. It's great that you can try so many different types of food. I used to go out for Yum Cha almost. Every weekend, but haven't done so for years. Must start going again this year !!!
Yes, multiple times in Hong Kong, & Singapore, but not here.

I do enjoy it, so should make the effort to have one locally.
Yes I have but found it quite expensive when taking daughter and two children with large appetites. The food is lovely but sometimes you just want two of something that takes your fancy and end up having to order another dish when you really could have done without it. It's always so popular around here that you have to book in some of the restaurants.
yes, yum cha is a favourite outing, love the custard tarts. trouble is that everything is so yummy we tend to over order, does not really matter as usually one can ask for a doggie bag.
Love everything about the food seres with yum cha. But, have a special place for those custard tarts……….the pastry is unique to chinese and I would love to know how to make it. I'm hungry now.
by fran.
Yes, I’ve only eaten Yum Cha in Sydney, (NSW)
I even had a Yum Cha 60th birthday ‘breakfast’ in Chinatown, at the Marigold. And we’ve been to another very good 1 in Marrickville, on a street corner, but I can’t remember the name of it.
I love yum cha. It's my favourite version of Chinese food. I have friends who have never tried it which I find quite amazing so I'm going to need to introduce them to the experience.

love it, a great way to eat out for lunch,

No, I don't believe I have, and I do enjoy asian food.
Yum Cha, I do enjoy it, only like the ones that have the trolleys coming around, there are ones that have what they call yum cha but you have to order from the menu,
No, I havent, I can'y say I'm really keen on steamed buns.
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