Dragon Court Seafood Restaurant

With already a handful of Yum Cha places down Gouger Street, competition is already tough for this Asian tapas. A new player has come on to the scene in the form of Dragon Court Seafood. There is a decent selection of classic Yum Cha dishes available during the day, while for both lunch and dinner,…

Dragon Tea House

Knowing that the Dragon Tea House was relatively new, and that there were some positive reviews about this place, I thought it was a safe decision to bring a group of friends along to check it out. When I first walked in, I was impressed by the traditional and elegant decor. The table we were…

Tea House Yum Cha

For me, yum cha is starting to taste the same where ever I have it, particularly with the mass production of a lot of the food items. I was even more skeptical when someone suggested we have it in a food court. When I approached Tea House Yum Cha in the Rundle Place food court,…

Shanghai Tea House

Shanghai Tea House is located inside Burnside Village, and is both a Chinese restaurant and yum cha place rolled into one. The place has a modern exterior with traditional elements inside. The decor is not specifically traditional Chinese, but more of a fusion of other Asian elements. The seating cubicles that they have on one…

Ding Hao

Ding Hao is the best place for yum cha in Adelaide. I’ve been here so many times over the years and I have never been disappointed. If you want to get a seat, you’ll need to book. On a weekend, the lines are often queuing all the way from the register to outside the restaurant….