Dim Sum Brunch At Hakkasan, Fontainebleau Miami Beach

Dim Sum is the name of the cuisine of southern China, which involves a wide range of small light meals portioned, including meat, seafood and vegetables, as well as desserts and fruit. Twenty-five greedy friends went down to Hakkasan glamorous Fontainebleau Miami Beach for Dim Sum Brunch on Sunday was a deliciously exotic adventure.

The restaurant itself is sexy overlooking the Atlantic Ocean with an Asian theme and few new ultra-glam light, lending the dim sum menu of light and small portions; you will not find Pu-Pu Platters fried shrimp, ribs and chicken wings in this menu. Plates, bowls and baskets of traditional Chinese dishes cooked were passed around the table usually a big tweets on Twitter.
Many times before is not always food, but the company and the experience you share your food with making it "the best" meal you've ever had.

Our Dim Sum Brunch served family style lending itself to a lot of interaction with our tablemates. The Dim Sum menu served was long siew bun, Cheung Fun Mushroom, Char Sui Bun and grilled meatballs. It was a nice walk through a garden of Chinese flavors; spicy, chewy, crispy, salty, sweet and melt in the mouth tender, these selections Dim Sum make your taste buds dance.

The selections fry that were braised tofu and eggplant claypot, green beans preserved in oil and dried shrimp and wild mushrooms olive hand pulled noodles. When you have the chance to taste the food out of his "comfort zone" menu properly; you never know .... and Braised Tofu is a perfect example. Eggplant is a vegetable meat that stands out in a hot pan, as it acts as a sponge, absorbing all the flavors, combined with roasted tofu was a healthy substantial dish yet deliciously good for you, too, do not feel guilty eat this plate. Wild mushroom hand pulled noodles, superb! These delicate noodles were perfectly cooked; non-sticky, starch or glued together, this feat is a majority can not control. This dish alone is worth visiting Hakkasan. The dish was Chicken Barbecue King Soya. Scarves and precisely cooked with just the right amount of BBQ flavor without being overdone or swim in a sea of
​​barbecue sauce.

And we end our epicurean journey Cantonese with Ginger Crème Brûlée. A rich sweet and creamy with a contrasting layer of burnt caramel thin enough to break the layer with just a touch of your spoon, do not use the spoon like a hammer here at Hakkasan.
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