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Dim Sum is a collection of many varieties of appetizers, snacks, and pastries. Dim Sum is produced with many different kinds of ingredients such as meat, seafood, and vegetables. It is prepared in ways like steamed, stewed, baked, pan fried, boiled, and braised. There are many kinds of desserts that are also available. It includes buns, cakes, and bean curd. The origination of Dim Sum is in Southern China during the Tenth Century. Since then, it has been spread to other parts of this world. Once Dim Sum reached Hong Kong, it had been made more prosperous. As a result Dim Sum is also known as "Authentic Hong Kong Style Dim Sum".
As more and more people are introduced to Dim Sum, they learn not only to enjoy it for brunch ,but also as a gathering with families and close relatives during weekends or as a celebration during important holidays.
Why are more and more people so appealed to these tiny snacks? The appearance of the Dim Sum snacks are both tempting to the eyes as well as the taste buds.In addition, Dim Sum is very affordable, so why wait any longer, Come and experience it at Zen Today. Then you will understand why so may people are so attracted to DIM SUM!!

Ramen is a Japanese dish with a translation of “Pulled Noodles”. It consists of Chinese wheat noodles served in a meat or fish-based broth, often flavored with soy sauce or miso, and uses toppings such as sliced pork (Chashu), nori (dried seaweed), menma, and scallions. Nearly every region in Japan has its own variation of ramen, such as the tonkotsu (pork bone broth) ramen of Kyushu and the miso ramen of Hokkaido.
Japanese Ramen originated in China and has become a popular noodle dish in Japan. The Japanese are “ramen”, “soba”, “Chinese ravioli “, etc.
Japan’s first record on Chinese noodles leftover Ming Zhu Shun water into exile in Japan after the noodles to entertain with Japan during the Edo period daimyo-Mito feudal lord Tokugawa Mitsukuni.
In the early Meiji era, ramen was common food in Yokohama Chinatown. In the 1900s, Chinese from Shanghai and Guangdong sold noodles in Japan with simple soup bases and ingredients. Ramen became popular in Japan during the Showa period. After World War ll, cheap flour from the United States and soldiers returning from the Chinese Battlefield made Chinese-style noodles popular.
The mobile ramen stalls that appear late at night have become the first choice for Japanese supper on the way home after overtime. Often packed with a variety of office workers. When eating noodles, there will be a hissing sound. At this time, no one will say that you are rude. Therefore, ramen is on the list of local civilian cuisine.