I always like chinese food and who doesn’t really. Many of the cuisines are rooted in Chinese food. When I was still very young wherever I got hungry or want a quick meal (besides fastfood), I look for dimsum food and buy the undying steam rice. Combined with siomai and drink and everything is solved. XD
This time, we got the chance to visit a popular Dimsum Buffet here in Cebu, located in JY Mall. This is actually the first time I have eaten a dimsum buffet feast so this is practically new in terms of food choices.
Since it is inside a mall, you will not find a hard time looking for it. The place is quite spacious really good for groups of people or family who wants to indulge in dimsum food.
There are times that most of the tables are already reserved so to make sure you still have a seat when you dine in. You can call the resto in advance for reservation or better inquire about their menu and prices.
Since we were early, we got the chance to look around the place and of course their buffet menu. As expected all are dimsum cuisine, the thing is that you have no limitation on what to eat since we opted for the buffet.
There are many choices, but not that much which is kinda good so that you can taste each and everyone of them. You can opt for steam rice buffet setting with lots of siomai, or if more conservative, have vegetables and fried rice.
I don’t think they will charge you when there are left overs, I mean who will charge a paying customer?, I have never experienced of seen anyone that is charged by having leftovers in their plate. I think it is just more of a reminder of not wasting food, thinking of it, many are currently hungry or even dying of hunger in Ethiopia (Africa), so let us not waste food at all really or better eat what is enough, might be contradicting really since we’re in a buffet.
So the taste is not really a surprise if you have eaten dimsum food right?, well there are those who just cook them for the sake of serving especially in buffet, but in this case, the food and dishes are prepared well that you will not think that it is a buffet but a plated meal.
Ding Qua Qua Cebu Dimsum
Of course, eventually in every buffet you will have a full stomach in the end, you can rest a bit and be back for a 2nd round XD. You must not ignore their desserts, I think I only liked and tasted their leche flan as it is the first one to run out.
The price of their buffet as of this writing is 218 pesos (drinks not included) they have unlimited drinks for 50 pesos, which for is a great price for a dimsum buffet.