“Dim Sum – Take-Away” is close to the train station and perfect for a quick, delicious meal before you hop on the train. It’s infinitely better than what you will find inside the station. Grab some dumplings and eat them in the beautiful green park nearby, just beside the river.
“Dim Sum” is not only the name of the place, it is also the name of the special Chinese specialty that the place is specialized in: dumplings filled with various ingredients that “touch the heart” – which is its English translation. And they keep their promise. The cook, a woman from northern China who came to Switzerland almost two decades ago to work for a celebrity chef, makes the Dim Sums based on traditional recipes from her mother and grandmother – but with her own advancements that she has developed over the years.
While she prepares delicious food with her assistants in the background, her husband sells you Dim Sums and some other Asian meals like fried rice or noodles, everything available with or without meat, always with a genuine smile on his face. You pay 9-16 Franks for one portion, and that’s more than okay for what you get in taste and volume.