Sunday Yum Cha : Dim Sum and Handmade Noodles
The Trans Resort Bali is serving a Sunday Yum Cha Buffet Luncheon from 12 noon to 3pm at at the resort’s The Restaurant, allowing foodies to appreciate the flavours of the orient.
What exactly is yum cha? It’s a Chinese Canton tradition that, over the years, developed into the art of happy dining experiences and jovial get togethers – all of which centres around the China’s delicious dumplings, Dim Sum! So at the Trans Resort’s Sunday Yum Cha, you can expect an array of Dim Sum goodies for you to fill up on for a long, leisurely Sunday (the way all Sundays should be..).
In addition to Dim Sum, the restaurant also puts a Lamian noodle station in place. Not unlike the pizza makers of Italy, these noodle makers put on a show! Theatrical pulls of the noodles draws kids in as they watch their to-be tasty lunch getting prepared.
The resort’s chef has created amazing dishes to share with friends and family, we all know the Chinese are fans of family-style dining… Only for IDR 250,000 you can enjoy a sumptuous feast that comes with iced tea or water, free access to the resort’s kids club and the famous white sandy beach-pool.
The Trans Resort’s beautiful lagoon swimming pool isn’t a bad background to your lazy, Dim Sum Sunday either.