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10 Dim Sum Spots

Nothing bad about brunch on a cart

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  • Jasmine Seafood Restaurant
    Kearny Mesa
    Get your hands on every dumpling you can.

  • Emerald Chinese Seafood Restaurant
    Kearny Mesa
    Chicken feet never tasted so good.

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  • China Max Seafood Restaurant
    Kearny Mesa
    First-timer? A great introduction to dim sum, with lots of variety.

  • Pearl Chinese Cuisine
    Rancho Bernardo
    Choose from small, medium, or large plates.

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  • Hong Kong BBQ & Dimsum
    Mira Mesa
    Save room for the baked egg custard tart.

  • French Concession
    Hillcrest
    Pair your dim sum with a craft beer at Alex Thao’s newest spot.

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  • Imperial Mandarin Restaurant
    Kearny Mesa
    Dim sum served all day, with cart service on weekends.

  • Yum Cha Cafe
    Linda Vista
    Reasonably priced, but cash only.

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  • Tom’s Chinese BBQ
    City Heights
    Make room for the famous roasted duck.

  • Lucky Liu’s Gaslamp Chinese
    Gaslamp
    In traditional fashion, dim sum is served on weekends only.

 

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