Chinese dimsum

Dim Sum has always been a traditional comfort food in Singapore, owing to many early migrants bringing this wonderful cuisine to our little island from Hong Kong. Through the decades, Singapore has also evolved the Dim Sum culture to include different styles like Shanghainese and Sze Chuan dishes, as well as our own local touch.

The chicken feet is marinated then fried, and is one of the common dim sum served in many stalls. This is possibly one of the dish (“chicken anatomy”) mentioned in Poonan’s poem.