Dim Sum lunch at Jade Dynasty

Last Friday, David and I had a dim sum lunch at Jade Dynasty Seafood Restaurant at Ala Moana Center.  Dim sum consists of traditional dumplings or buns, filled with protein and vegetables.  Dim sum can also be sweet, such as an egg custard tart or mango mochi.  The food is served 3 dim sum per plate, and the food is shared with everyone at the table.

Of course, you can order other items besides dim sum.  Everything is fresh and made to order.

These are my photos of the restaurant and the food we ate:

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Jade Dynasty is open from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., but dim sum is served until 5:00 p.m.  There is ample free parking.

P.S.  I have lost 5 lbs. since starting my diet on February 13, just by using portion control.

7 Responses to “Dim Sum lunch at Jade Dynasty”

  1. David Says:

    Another great outing. That was a great lunch! We should do it again in the near future.

  2. Christine Says:

    Wonderful about the weight loss. The dim sum looks good.

  3. Bella Says:

    Congratulations on the 5-pound loss. That’s great. I know there are many ways to lose weight, but I find that portion control works for me, too. Also cutting back on carbs… yikes. That one is hard for me.

  4. DJan Says:

    Lovely looking meal. I’ve never had dim sum /it maybe I’ll give it a try. 🙂

  5. Olga Says:

    Yummy. I love dim sum and have not had it for quite some time. Seems like every cuisine has some form of dumpling and I love them all.
    You are doing well on your diet. I think portion control is the best way to go because if you can’t eat what you love it’s too hard to stick with it.

  6. Joanne Noragon Says:

    I love dim sum. Yea for the five pounds. Portion control is the only lasting solution to weight control, and soon overeating will not be in your food processing.

  7. Linda Starr Says:

    oh I remember going to China town in SF and gettin dim sum, so delicious

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