For more than five decades, Calgarians have been flocking to this family-owned-and-operated restaurant for Cantonese and Szechuan cuisine. The restaurant’s daytime dim sum menu features an expansive offering of nearly 100 dishes, while the evening dim sum menu has a smaller (though equally delicious) selection. Beef dumplings, fried shrimp toast and steamed sweet cream buns are just a few of the dishes that await.
U & Me Restaurant is a great option to satisfy your dim sum cravings at almost any hour of the day. Open from 9 a.m. to 4 a.m., U & Me’s menu features everything from steamed shrimp leek dumplings to pan fried turnip cakes. So whether you want a mouth-watering brunch experience or a late-night snack, U & Me is there for you.
201, 233 Centre St. S.W., 403-264-5988, uandmerestaurant.com
Take a seat in Central Grand Restaurant’s spacious dining room for some high-quality dim sum with family and friends. Choose from more than 70 dishes ranging in size from small to extra large. Whether you opt for baked almond buns, steamed chicken feet, barbecue pork rice crepes or congee with beef, you can’t go wrong.
295, 1623 Centre St. N.W., 403-277-2000, centralgrand.ca
If there’s one dish you need to order when dining at Great Taste, it’s the steamed pork soup dumplings. Complete your dim sum experience with pan-fried onion pancakes, sesame cake stuffed with minced pork or beef, and some beef and cucumber rolls.
594 64 Ave. N.E., 403-275-6577, greattastecalgary.com
Open since 1988, Bill’s Peking House is a reliably tasty option the next time you’re craving dim sum, which is offered during the day and evening here. Choose from a variety of dishes like beef tripe with ginger and green onion, oyster sauce barbecue pork buns, salt and pepper tofu or Bill’s House Special chow mein.