Dim Sum is a Chinese dish, primarily Cantonese in origin, that is prepared in delicious bite-sized steamed or fried savoury dumplings containing various fillings and served in bamboo steamer baskets or on small plates. They are traditionally served in Cantonese teahouses.
Did you know that the literal translation of Dim Sum is “touch your heart” – such a poetic name for delicious raviolis, don’t you agree?
Lovely tropical decor: the walls are lined with shelves filled with boxes of teas, teapots and cups of all kinds. The wooden furniture has a bamboo effect and there are some green plants. I also love its quiet, intimate atmosphere.
Le Thé, is also great for tea lovers. The owners select their teas directly from China and they have a large selection divided into 7 categories: green, yellow, red, white, black, Oolong and scented teas.
There are also many accessories for tea, including a multitude of teapots in cast iron or sandstone.
We chose a selection of fried shrimp raviolis and a selection of steamed ravioli stuffed with shrimp, chicken, pork, vegetables and ginger, wrapped in rice and wheat dough...
Our lunch was a real treat which is why I strongly recommend this address to you. You should book in advance because there are only 9 small tables and be aware that they accept cash payment only.
Rue des Bains 65
Tél.: +41 79 436 77 18
Opening non-stop 12h00 to 22h00