New Spooky Dim Sum Offerings at Yum Cha

Yum Cha is rolling out several new dim sum offerings just in time for Halloween!

16 Oct 2019 — By Melanie Grosjean / Food / Taste
Crispy Cream Prawns

Make sure your smart-phone is charged because you’re sure to want to get this on your Instagram feed! YUM CHA’s four Hong Kong branches are rolling out a new selection of bewitchingly delicious treats just in time for Halloween.

BBQ Pork fingers and steamed shrimp eyeball dumplings

Fit for an Instagrammable feast, there are seven new creative creations making up the new, limited time offer. There’s BBQ Pork Finger Puffs – made to look like a zombie finger and priced at $49 for 3 pieces – scary on the outside but delicious on the inside. They’ve also created a scary take on traditional Har Gow and are offering steamed shrimp dumplings styled like terrifying edible eyeballs (also $49 for 3 pieces).

Mummy Sausage buns

Meanwhile, the Steamed Mummy Sausage Buns ($49 for 2) may give you a start as they stare back at you’re eating, but the Chinese sausage wrapped in warm dough will leave you with no regrets once it hits your tastebuds.



Bat themed crispy toast and puff pastry skull

Other snacks created for the occasion include the bat-themed Crispy Toast with Sweet & Sour Sauce ($76 for 4), a scary ‘skeleton skull’ made from a pastry puff stuffed with baked cheese, chicken, mushroom and baked beans ($69 for one) and the Crispy Cream Prawn ($89 for 4) that resembles a wrapped up mummy (see main image).

Mochi chocolate peanut butter dessert

Finish off this scarily delicious feast with an order of Mochi with Chocolate & Peanuts Chip – an earthy concoction of brown sugar, chocolate and peanuts that holds a zombie character rising from the dead.

These spine-chilling snacks will be available until 31 October.

 

YUM CHA, 2/F, Nan Fung Place, 173 Des Voeux Road Central,

YUM CHA, 3/F, 20-22 Granville Road,Tsim Sha Tsui

YUM CHA, Shop 07, Level 4A, Langham Place, Mongkok, Kowloon

YUM CHA, 2/F, Emperor Watch & Jewellery Ctr., 8 Russell Street, Causeway Bay


 

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