This dim sum joint started back in 2002, not in China but interestingly, in Australia. Korea’s first and only Phoenix Yumcha can be found at Hanam Starfield. The spacious restaurant offers 14 types of dim sum (including cha siu bao, xiaolongbao, shumai and wonton), noodle dishes, and regional dishes. Comparing to you neighborhood dim sum joints, Phoenix Yumcha’s dim sums might be a bit more premium in quality. Although, to make a small confession, it’s not something you would travel all this way to eat, but if you’re in the mall already, and dim sum has been on your mind for a while, Phoenix Yumcha is a good place. A great selection of Chinese alcohol is available to be paired with your dish. It’s unfortunate, though, that there’s only one type of tea (jasmine) served at the restaurant despite its name Yumcha (Chinese style brunch and tea).
|Venue name:||PHOENIX YUMCHA|
|Price:||Dimsum 7,200 won, noodle 10,000-12,000 won, pork/beef dish 20,000-38,000 won, duck/chicken 20,000-80,000 won, course 38,000-60,000 (per person)|