Okay, so I’ve been procrastinating a bit (I know, I know…what else is new?). I had such a good time at Mandarin House recently…
I went with a few friends from college. We go to a different restaurant together every few weeks or so. This time? Dim sum!
Everything about the experience was great: the service, the food, the company (I love my friends!). But I procrastinated on writing this post because I don’t remember the names of everything that I ate! Whoops!
Now before you run off and make fun of me, I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves.
Dim Sum, for those who aren’t familiar, is a style of Chinese cuisine where you pick what you want to eat off of a moving cart. It’s like a buffet, except it’s delivered to you! It was very cool, because we could choose exactly which small plates we wanted to feast on. Some of the goods:
Okay, I know what the above was – chicken feet! Listen, I’ll try just about anything, so when the chicken feet came by, I knew I had to try them! They were…interesting, to say the least. The sauce covering the feet was delicious! And honestly, they didn’t taste bad at all!
The above was a shrimp concoction of some sort. It was great!
The buns on the left were my favorite: they were a BBQ pork bun. Soft and sweet bread with BBQ pork inside? Yes, please! The sesame balls on the right were pretty interesting, as well.
Wow, so that was really pathetic on my part, right? Next time I’ll take notes on what I’m eating! I really just wanted to share the pictures from my Dim Sum adventure, because it was pretty awesome.
A real review is coming soon, I promise…