Fisherman’s Terrace Restaurant in Aberdeen Centre in Richmond

Fisherman’s Terrace Restaurant was really busy, perhaps due to Christmas and year end celebration. We had to wait quite a while even though we had reservation.

Something different about this restaurant is that their teapot has the label of the tea on the teapot. There is one disadvantage for non-Chinese reader eating here as the menu is only in Chinese. We have to order from the menu and not from a cart.


We ordered twelve varieties of dim sum, some of them in two servings. Here is what we ordered…


Cold Shredded Chicken Salad.


Shark Fin and Scallop Dumpling.


Fried Dough serve with honey (Dan San).


Fried Glutinous Rice.


Fried Noodle with soy sauce and chives.


Three Mushrooms Steam Rice Rolls.


All Spice Garlic Pepper Fried Chicken Knee.


Shrimp, Dry Scallop and Spinach Dumpling.


Shrimp Dumpling.


Green Onion and Ginger Chicken Bun.


Fried Spring Roll.


Egg Tart.

We had a marvelous time getting to know more about one another while enjoying all the great dim sum. The total bill came up to $90 inclusive of tips.

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  1. Erick

    OMG! That looks sooo good! I just came back from HK and we feel Vancouver’s Cantonese food is better for the $$$$. Yes, HK still may be the best, but you would have to spend much more $$$$ to taste the best. On average, I’d much rather go to Vancouver than HK for food.

    I can honestly say that there was no dim sum restaurant in HK that made us forget about Vancouver.

    One thing that struck me in HK was how cheap one can eat there. We went to a jook (congee) place where a bowl of piping hot jook only costs US$1.50!! The jook was OK, but the fried doughnut (yauh tiuh) was cold and soggy. So…yes, you can eat very cheaply in HK, but you get what you pay for…

  2. tigerfish

    This looks so authentic. There is HK dim-sum in California but so far, have not seen the fried glutinous rice before- only have had that in one very-HK-ish dim sum restaurant bac in S’pore.
    And oh, the steam rice rolls is…oh my gravy.
    How many did this sumptous meal feed ? ;P

  3. Chubbypanda

    Delicious. I really need to try dim sum in Richmond the next time I’m there. I have a feeling I’ve been missing out.

    1. Suanne

      Hi YumTasty, thank you for pointing out the mistake. Will fix it right away.

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