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Q: Best place to eat proper Guangdong Dim Sum (zaocha) in Shenzhen?

Big fan of dim sum but Shenzhen is something of an oddity in Guangdong as the only real place where people speak mostly Mandarin...

Anyone know what's the best dim sum restaurant in Shenzhen?

9 years 31 weeks ago in  Food  - Shenzhen

 
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Near Window of the world, Yitian Holiday Square, Dajiale (大家乐), B2-22, phone: 86298281

Beihai Yucun (北海渔村), Xihu Chuntian (西湖春天)are also good places to try

In Luohu, the restaurant on the 29th floor in Petrel Hotel ShenZhen across Guomao Plaza is also really good place for Dim Sum

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There all quite the same I wouldn't say there is a best dim sum place. Dim sum tastes the same wherever I go just find a good looking chinese restaurant that offers Dim Sum I'm sure it would be the same wherever you go.....blush

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