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Ton Kiang

Dim sum aficionados flock to Ton Kiang for its regaled delicate dumplings like the siu mai and the shrimp balls. But just about every dish wheeled by is a spectacle for the eyes and stomach. And they taste even better than they appear. Being a traditionalist, I opt for the winning barbecued pork buns, daikon cake, and shrimp blanketed in wide rice noodles, but there are always plenty of new creative dishes waiting to be tried. And the best part is, dim sum is served until 10:30 at night, so it’s not just for brunch anymore.