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Newbie Foodie - Yum Yum Dim Sum

Hello Newbie Foodies,

I know our events fill up fast, so to to give our newer members a chance to join in, your friendly organizers will be setting up some newbie events just for you.

I am kicking things off here with this fabulous place for newbies.

So what is the newbie criteria for this event?

- Three or fewer STF events under their belt

- No past history of being a "no-show"

**If there are still open seats 12 hrs before the event, then the event is open to all.

Chinese dim sum anyone? Literally meaning "to touch your heart," dim sum consists of a variety of dumplings, steamed dishes and other goodies. They are similar to hors d'oeuvres, with hot and cold delicacies.

What types of foods are served at a typical dim sum lunch? Many of the dishes are either steamed or deep-fried. Among the former, you'll find everything from steamed pork spareribs and char siu bao - steamed buns with roast pork - to har gao, those wonderful shrimp dumplings with the translucent skin....

Deep-fried treats include mini spring rolls and Wu Gok, a type of taro turnover. Not to mention whatever other culinary creations the chef may come up with. At one dim sum lunch we were treated to delicious shrimp dumplings wrapped in seaweed and topped with a dollop of salmon caviar.
Finally, there's dessert. Custard tarts are a must; you may also have a choice between mango or almond pudding. All of the above are washed down with copious amounts of green tea.

We will have tables of 10 people where someone will explain what the dishes are. Then everyone will have a taste of all the different items that are taken off the food carts. Come enjoy fun people who enjoy good food. Dim sum is very affordable.

If you have never had or would like to try Chinese dim sum. It's a wonderful dining experience. Please come and join us and meet some new friends.

Good Friends, Good Food, = A Great Time !!

****FREE PARKING available on the street or parking lot!!! We have to get their early as this place get's packed on the weekends !!

Bring CASHOLA...Hard CASH !!

**Price will be on what we order and includes gratuity making it easy for everyone involved.  We will have name tags for all my events. So I get to know your name and makes it easy to mingle. Two no show policy will be applied.

If you do not adhere to any of this please do not attend.

RSVP ETIQUETTE: Since we have limited space I ask that you (and your guest) be considerate of others and commit to your RSVP. Your no-show may prevent someone else from attending and you from attending other limited dinner events like this.


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  • A former member
    A former member

    Kyoni made sure everyone was welcome, the logistics were flawless, the food was great, and we had a fun conversation. thank you!

    May 6, 2013

  • Steve

    Great food and fun time with fun people

    May 5, 2013

  • Steve

    Good people and food. Perfect start to a sunny and warm Seattle Sunday.

    May 5, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I am

    May 5, 2013

  • Adrian

    I held until the last minute to RSVP. Since there are still open spots, I'll come too!

    May 5, 2013

  • Bubble

    can't make it this time.... going to rodeo... have to join you guys next time :)

    May 4, 2013

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