The popular Asian dumpling you might know as 'dim sum' has a different name nearly everywhere you go: ‘gyoza’, ‘momo’, ‘siomay’... Josep Maria Kao approaches his dim sum from the perspective of haute cuisine. The idea is to offer ambitious cuisine at reasonable prices, and there are some spectacular results, such as the fried rooster crest with beef, courgette and ginger. Kao doesn’t just make dim sum: you can also try dishes with Chinese and Catalan touches, such as the rib roast with sweet-and-sour sauce or the green beans sautéed with bacon and Maresme peas.
|Venue name:||Kao Dim Sum||Contact:|
Bisbe Sivilla, 48
|Opening hours:||Mon closed. Tue-Sat 1.30pm-3.30pm, 9pm-11.30pm; Sun 1.30pm-3.30pm|
|Transport:||El Putxet (FGC)|