Dimsum Treats Serves Siomai with Yang Chow Rice for Only PHP75June 28, 2019
Traditionally, dim sum is meant to be consumed independently. But in the Philippines, many budget restaurants consider the dish as an ulam (viand) to pair with rice—much to the relief of thrifty individuals looking for a filling meal at a low price. Dimsum Treats specializes in exactly that, with a menu limited to siomai, rice, and siomai with rice.
Their options vary to include Pork and Quail Siomai, Sharksfin Dumpling, and Japanese Dumpling, among others. You can get it a la carte for only PHP45, or have it with plain rice (PHP55) or Yang Chow fried rice (PHP75). It’s not revolutionary, but it’s decent enough to make you into a regular—especially at those prices. PS: Their Go Big Time Drinks are life-savers on a hot day.
A budget eatery that serves dim sum meals for less than PHP100.