Dim Sum Haus

Eat like in Hong Kong

Traditional Chinese Dim Sum are small snacks that are served baked or steamed in small bamboo steaming baskets. Dim Sum literally means "touch the heart" and that's exactly what guests experience in Hamburg’s oldest Chinese restaurant. Lovingly prepared, authentic Cantonese dishes, as our otherwise only found in Hong Kong. The menu offers something for everyone - even Peking Duck - without pre-ordering.

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