Finger Food: Dim Sum

The Chinese term ‘Dim Sum’ has a rich history dating back many centuries, literally meaning ‘point of heart’. Referring to a varied range of small dishes that ‘touch the heart’, Dim Sum was traditionally eaten by weary travellers in Chinese Tea houses situated along the Silk Road. Now an integral part of Chinese cuisine and most well known in Hong Kong, ‘Dim Sum’ goes hand in hand with the tradition of ‘Yum Cha’, which describes the drinking of tea with friends & family over lunch or brunch while eating Dim Sum dishes.

Honouring these rich traditions, Hakka’s authentic Dim Sum range offers delicious, convenient preparation of this storied cuisine. Add uniqueness to your menu and touch your customers’ hearts with each mouthful of Hakka’s beautifully crafted Dim Sum creations.