We are all a’bao that dim sum—pun intended


Address:600 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131

Meal Type
Dinner, Lunch

Chinese, Seafood

Sophisticated crowd

Background Music
Lounge with a retro vibe


By: Diana Rodriguez 

Bring your friends here when they want that Peking Duck dish and their dim sum rolled out in a cart with golden wheels.

What to expect

Lights are dimmed and the jewel-toned chairs are fit for royalty. We experienced white-glove service here. Maybe we’re just cool like that.

The Menu

Order a la carte from a selection of starters, dim sum platters, meats and seafood. Sides like the vegetarian fried noodles are a must.

What to order

Grab a few starters for the table like the Jade Hearts. You have to order the Peking Duck with pancakes, so there you go. Tap into that second stomach for dessert because you are going to want one of each.

Dim Sum Dumpling Platter: The lid comes off the  bamboo steamer to reveal eight perfectly crafted dim sum. Here’s what we tried: Sichuan peppercorn prawn, Marlin fish, Prawn & black truffle, and Wild mushroom & spinach. Two pieces of each.

Photo by: Hutong NYC

Peking Duck with Pancakes: Carved at your table, the crispy skin is fun to eat with thin pancakes used to wrap around this tender meat. A half portion is perfect for two.

Bao & Soy Milk: This dessert has a thin shell around the sesame seeds mousse. It looks like a sweet shell of dim sum. Filling also has salted caramel, white sesame praline, and soy milk ice cream.

Off the menu: Ask how spicy you can get.

How to score a table: Make reservations first or show up and dine at the bar.





Photos by: HUTONG