Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Shanghainese Dim Sum spread..


We had Dim sum with a Shanghainese twist
last Sunday..

and I was too happy to have Pu Erh


served by a master..


For our appetizer
we had
Drunken chicken


and then came the steamed Shanghainese dumpling,


and this had a non traditional twist to it..
this was "supposed" to be a minced pork and truffle dumpling
( it tasted pretty normal though..)


taken with slivers of ginger and vinegar..

after which we had the..
crispy radish pastry


and for dessert, we had the Souffle, 
a typical Shanghainese dessert made from egg white with red bean and banana
fillings.


Happy Tea Tuesday
and
remember to hop over to the Tea Tuesday bloggers for their tea adventures....


steph

7 comments:

~*~Patty S said...

what a tea spout that is... who could not smile seeing that :)

you had me at crispy radish pastry and souffle ;)

Happy T to you dear one!
oxo

La Dolce Vita said...

oh my what an amazing tea day post, and so beautiful, such delicacies! happy t day Steph! xx

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

You always have the greatest tea posts. I appreciate how you share your experience with us, since this is something I'll never have a chance to experience. The tea master looked intent and the surroundings were lovely. Dim sum and and Pu Ehr sound like the perfect Sunday lunch. Happy Tea Tuesday, dear friend.

sharon said...

Oh Steph, you are so so lucky, and blessed!
Thanks for sharing!

Dosfishes at Sparkle Days Studios said...

Fantastic shot of the master pouring tea, wow! Your food choices look wonderful. xox Corrine

kimmie said...

Amazing post as always with exotic an delectable treats!! Thanks for sharing!

T's Daily Treasures said...

What a great meal! So wonderful to enjoy traditional dishes in traditional style! Fun! I wanted to try a bean dessert at one of our Japanese restaurants a couple of weeks ago but wasn't too sure about it so went with the green tea ice cream and banana tempura. :) Have a great rest of the week. Tammy