Fans of Chinese food surely have had that moments of dim sum cravings; Originated from casual stalls in Canton or Guangzhou, China, Dim Sum is small bite-sized portions of food traditionally served in small steamer baskets or on small plates. Now, nearly most good Chinese restaurants would also take good care in their dim sum selection as well. Traditionally, fully cooked and ready-to-serve dim sum dishes are carted around the restaurant for customers to choose their orders while seated at their tables.
Here we compile a list of Dim Sum restaurants in Jakarta to visit in your next dim sum cravings:
1. Teratai Chinese Restaurant
Teratai Chinese Restaurant at Hotel Borobudur Jakarta is an Authentic Cantonese Cuisine with signature dishes and a wide selection of Dim Sum served in elegant surrounding. Don’t miss their spread of dim sum all you can eat during weekends for your indulgence.
Hotel Borobudur Jakarta
Jl. Lap. Banteng Selatan No.1, Ps. Baru, Sawah Besar, Jakarta Pusat
Phone: (+6221) 380 5555 Ext. 73200
2. Sun City Luxury Club
When you think of dim sum, Sun City Luxury Club will immediately rush into your mind. The palace for dim sum lovers is often packed during weekends, so be sure to come early if you want to avoid a long queue line. Sun City Luxury Club will spoil your dim sum needs with their various and scrumptious dim sum creations.
LTC Glodok, Lantai 5, Sun City Hotel
Jl. Hayam Wuruk No. 127, Hayam Wuruk, Jakarta Pusat
Phone: +6221 62201900
3. Pearl at JW Marriott
Treat yourself to delicious and authentic cuisine at Pearl Chinese Restaurant. Exquisite, authentic dishes are prepared using traditional Cantonese methods by Pearl’s master chefs, served in a contemporary setting with scenic Jakarta city views.
Jl. Dr. Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung Kav E.1.2 No 1&2
Kawasan Mega Kuningan Jakarta 12950 Indonesia
Phone: +62 21 57988992
Hours: Everyday, 11am to 22pm
4. Nan Xiang Steamed Bun
Before it’s served in nearly all Chinese restaurants in Jakarta, Nan Xiang was the one that introduces its signature Xia Long Bao; small dumplings with clear and flavorful broth enclosing its succulent filling.