Japs is right. Top.V Siomai tastes just like siomai back home. I didn’t know how much I’ve missed siomai until this. Back in high school, my budget lunch would consist of 4 pieces of siomai and rice. Sarap!
After trying Top.V Siomai, hubby decided to try the Ha cao.
Although both are good stuff, it’s always better to try the real thing. So lucky for us we found Red Dot’s dimsum really good.
After church today, we went to Com Tam Moc for some snack.
However, I think Thao Li’s siopao tops both Red Dot and Com Tam Moc. The trouble is that Thao Li’s dimsum are only available in the morning.
Com Tam Moc of course has rice meals as well as steamed and fried-baked dimsum. Incidentally, they also have a promo ongoing till July 31 on free dinner for kids (1o years old and below). The schedule is as follows:
Monday – Com Tam Moc in 82 Nguyen Du St., D1
Tuesday – Com Tam Moc in SB8-1 My Khanh 2, PMH, D7
Wednesday – Com Tam Moc in 18A Nguyen Van Troi St., D1
—- only from 5 PM to 10 PM.
But the search for yummy dimsum doesn’t end here.