Dim Sum in Ebisu

One of the things that I really, really miss about Malaysia is the dim sum breakfasts I used to have every Sunday. When I was younger, I would wake up to my parents having bought siew mai and char siew bao, and I’d amble down to the kitchen in my pajamas to gobble up the goodies.

When my good friend Tricia suggested we head out for dim sum, I was totally and completely game!

The restaurant, called Le Parc, is about a three minute walk from the station and very easy to find.

Strangely enough, there was a very strong French influence going on – from the decor and the music of the place. Food wise, it was totally Chinese though!

Here’s the nomnom for the day!

Start with hot, delicious porridge!
Ohhh this taste of familiarity!
Siew mai! So good!
This was some really authentic ‘chee cheong fun’!
Some baos because you cannot go to a Chinese restaurant and not eat bao.
What’s inside?
This was a little different than the usual ‘loh mai kai’ I have in Malaysia, but still delicious!
Fried goodness.
Xiao long bao!
It came with a special spoon, which honestly made it harder to eat.

Overall, I really enjoyed this restaurant. There were no English menus, BUT, there were pictures on the menu, yay! A little pointing solved the ordering. Service was also very pleasant, and food was yummy! I’m definitely going back there the next time I crave dim sum.

Just a note: this place is pretty crowded so if you go, try to make a reservation first! Details here!

For more food adventures in Tokyo, check out for our Food section!

 

Ann Jie

Loves good conversations and hates small talk. Finds people fascinating and wonders why meanies exist. Loves writing violent, graphic short stories but finds horror movies too scary to watch. Follow me on Instagram @annjieslices or tweet me a slice of YOUR life at @annjieslices!

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