The praise dance group from RCEFC celebrated the end of winter session with a dim sum brunch at Gingeri Chinese Cuisine.
Our group occupied two tables. Tea charge is $1.20 per person.
The first dish to arrive was Mini Glutinous Rice. It was not as mini as it’s name but justifiable for the price of $8.80.
Poached Vegetables was served with oyster sauce on the side.
Steamed Shrimp Dumpling which I did not try.
Another steamed dumpling (Chiu Chow Fern Gor) with some crunchy filings.
Chicken with Fish Maw which I did not try.
Shrimp Rolls were deep fried to crunchy on the outside.
Stuffed Egg Plant.
Steamed Pork Rib Rice was on special at $5.20.
Egg Tarts with flaky shell.
Shaomai with Mushroom.
Honey Soft Cake has texture like “Bak Thong Go”.
The last item was Stir Fried Fish Noodle at $9.80. The texture of the noodle has a little bite to it.
The meal came to $10.25 per person including tips. It’s a good thing to have dim sum in a large group as you get to try more variety of food, even though just a small portion.