The word “dim sum” originated from the Jin Dynasty literally meaning “little something that touches the heart gently”. Over the years, the word has been recognized not only as a style of cuisine consisting of small plates or baskets of dumplings and buns, but also as a weekend ritual for friends and family to gather around the table and share these delectable treats over pots of teas.
With the traditions bear in mind, Hakkasan Shanghai has enlisted an assortment of new dim sum dishes with a modern twist. Featuring new creations such as Cordyceps flower dumpling with caviar, Vegetarian cheung fun, Black pepper venison puff or Milk puffs presented in the shape of butterflies, the latest brunch menu offers a little something for everyone.
Lunch and Hakka Bund Weekend Brunch is available every Friday to Sunday from 11am to 2.30pm with Afternoon Tea offered from 2pm to 5pm every Saturday and Sunday.