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Halal Dim Sum Singapore Listings

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Dim sum is a large range of small Chinese dishes that are traditionally enjoyed in restaurants for brunch. Dim sum, which translates to “a little bit of heart”, is an upper-class style of Chinese cooking that consists of small portions of food. The purpose of dim sum is to give the person the opportunity to try a variety of dishes. There are many different types of dim sum including steamed dumplings, fried dumplings, shrimp rice noodles, chicken feet, egg tarts, etc.

It is generally a non-halal cuisine and not a cuisine desired by people who follow a halal diet.  In Singapore, there are not many Halal Dim Sum restaurants where Halal ingredients are used to cook the dishes, as it is a non-Halal cuisine.