I had my usual tao si spare ribs rice toppings. This is what I normally order and I love that the meat is tender and is perfectly complemented with chili garlic + soy sauce + calamansi (local lemon).
|Tao Si Spare Ribs rice toppings Php 89|
My husband's order was chicken noodle soup since he didn't want to have rice. In the end, he still ate a lot :D
|Chicken Mami Noodles Php 68|
The husband and I wanted additional dimsum so we ordered the Siomai Supreme. It's not the same size at it used to be. :( I guess I should be happy that the taste is still the same. Still sumptuous as I can remember.
|Siomai Supreme Php 60|
My sister had the beef brisket noodles. The noodles and the soup is a generic kind which they add ingredients such as wanton/wonton or beef brisket.
|Beef Brisket Noodles Php 85|
Another favorite of ours (my sister, brother and mine) is the salt and pepper ribs. The ribs are seasoned and deep fried to perfection. Nom, nom!
|Salt & Pepper Spare Ribs|
Dimsum Diner's chili garlic oil. You can buy a bottle for Php 150. :)
This is my ultimate favorite, Mango Sago. It's fresh ripe mango shake with bits of little sago balls. The drink is creamy and just enough sweetness with a pop of sago here and there, oh happiness! :)
|Mango sago Php 45|
Dimsum Diner Branches:
Bajada (In front of SSS)
Gaisano Mall 4th Floor
Guerrero St.Unit A Mc. Arthur Hi-way, Matina
110 A Quirino St., Davao City
Unit 3 Phase 3 Fairlanes Bowling Center F. Torres St.
Price per person: Php 120