Regulars say Yue Lai Lao Zhu’s siu mai are softer and twice the size of average siu mai. Photo: Goldthread Regulars say Yue Lai Lao Zhu’s siu mai are softer and twice the size of average siu mai. Photo: Goldthread
Regulars say Yue Lai Lao Zhu’s siu mai are softer and twice the size of average siu mai. Photo: Goldthread
Food and Drinks

The origins of siu mai: how an iconic dim sum staple came to be

  • Siu mai is a popular street snack in Hong Kong, but its origins can be traced further north to Inner Mongolia
  • Different varieties exist in Japan, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam, as well as many other parts of China

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Regulars say Yue Lai Lao Zhu’s siu mai are softer and twice the size of average siu mai. Photo: Goldthread Regulars say Yue Lai Lao Zhu’s siu mai are softer and twice the size of average siu mai. Photo: Goldthread
Regulars say Yue Lai Lao Zhu’s siu mai are softer and twice the size of average siu mai. Photo: Goldthread
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