At this Singaporean Dim Sum Restaurant, Even The Food Wears a Mask

The dishes at Yum Cha restaurant in Singapore are uniquely decorated and served like a person wearing a mask
6 Sep 2020
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The dim sum dishes created by Yum Cha restaurant in Singapore are uniquely decorated and served like a person wearing a mask. These dishes are named Kasi Bao which means bapao that are afraid of dying (in Hokkien the word kiasi is afraid of dying).

Besides aiming to remind visitors to always maintain health and wear masks when traveling, this restaurant in collaboration with the CMSC (Covid-19 Migrant Support Coalition) organization will donate all the proceeds from the sale of pau to migrant workers in Singapore.

The price of this dish is S$2.5 or around Rp 27,000 /
The price of this dish is S$2.5 or around Rp 27,000 / u/Sidewalk_Sapien

Yum Cha restaurant specializes in delicious dim sum food. This restaurant has 2 branches in Singapore, located in Chinatown and Changi area.

 
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