▲ The dim sum at Dimsum9898, Jeju City, are served steaming hot in tasteful bamboo baskets. Photo courtesy Dimsum9898
Name: Dim Sum 9898 (딤섬 9898)
Where: 17, Nohyeong 8-gil, Jeju City (across from Shin Jeju E-Mart).
Contact: 070-4548-9898 / dimsum9898.com
Menu: Bills itself as “Jeju’s first dim sum restaurant” and it boasts a chef imported from Taiwan who accordingly serves up Taiwanese-style noodles, dim sum, fried rice and some snacks and teas.
▲ Dimsum9898's xiaolongbao as they are served. Photo courtesy Dimsum9898
Dim sum: 4,000~10,500won
Fried rice: 6,000~9,000won
Taste: Although portions could be bigger, the delicious dim sum are the headliners, served in tasteful bamboo baskets, with the rest playing support act. This is particularly so for the somewhat bland fried rice.
Service: Timely and professional.
Interior: The restaurant is clean, cozy and modern with the exposed piping that is seemingly obligatory.
Atmosphere: Busy and geared towards the short-stayer rather than the all-nighter.
▲ Noodles and fried dumplings are also on offer at Dimsum9898, Jeju City. Photo courtesy Dimsum9898
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