Get your yum cha on in Toronto with these super adorable dumplings, steamed buns and desserts.
Some of them are so cute you’re going to want to just eat them right up.
Here’s where to get the cutest dim sum in
Toronto the GTA.
Susur Lee’s dim sum parlour is home to these plump little dumplings stuffed with seafood and enoki mushrooms.
Don’t you just want to squish these little faces? I swear one of these steamed buns just winked at me.
Address: 888 Dundas Street East, Mississauga
While the York Mills outpost is more utilitarian in its approach, you’ll find the Yonge and St. Clair location makes dim sum a fanciful affair.
Address: 1496 Yonge Street, Toronto
Not a cartoon animal but still so cute! These birthday buns look like a little flower garden.
Address: 5328 Highway 7 East, Markham
This high-end dim sum restaurant is the place to find luxe takes on dim sum stuffed with lobster.
Address: 108 Chestnut Street, Toronto
Channel your inner Angry Bird when eating these little piggy steamed buns that squirt custard out of their snouts. Cute? Yes! Gross? Yah a little. Delicious? Always.
Address: 100 Steeles Avenue West, Unit 18, Thornhill
What’s that saying about putting all your eggs in one basket? Who cares. Just be sure to save room for dessert when your stuffing your face with seafood at this Richmond Hill dim sum joint.
Address: 160 East Beaver Creek Road, Richmond Hill
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