Originally posted by Misa Hayase so I guess since dimsum is popular in Pinas, hence "yum cha' is... or are you talking about what they do in hongkong, , with the carts, tea and all (with dimsum served at those times between breakfast, lunch and dinner), the whole shebang (baka may kasama pang old guys "walking" their pet birds in cages)?
Originally posted by Dunedain The only thing that makes Yum Cha as Yum Cha, it is usually practiced only during lunch hours. If you're having it as either breakfast or dinner, then it's not Yum Cha.
Originally posted by Dunedain Er... ...minus the bird cages. What you're referring to is the usual tea houses for the old guys with birds, somewhat like making a Starbucks for folks who collects stamps or something.