You have to reward yourself with this dim sum deal at Thai Chi

 Thai Chi, Friday yum cha

See you later summer! Hello, new season, new ways to socialise and stuff yourselves silly.

If you and your gang fancy a Friday feast with a difference, try the Thai Chi Friday yum cha. For those who haven’t discovered this particular dining delight, yum cha is the Cantonese art of serving dim sum, along with drinks, for an afternoon that’s bound to satisfy.

At WAFI’s Asian restaurant, Fridays are given over to unlimited dim sum that’s made fresh in-house by Head Chef Lee Sam Khoy.  Choose from custard buns with salted egg yolk and shrimp balls, to chicken gyoza and radish cake, and many more varieties of seafood and chicken. Fried and steamed dumplings are sent out of the kitchen in steaming bamboo baskets of until you say stop, so polish those chopsticks and get the party started! With 14 varieties of steamed buns and balls and 10 fried options, your table will soon be stacked higher than the Downtown skyscrapers!

Thai Chi Friday yum cha

Diners can choose to accompany their experience with unlimited grape for AED 250, or the traditional yum cha beverage of tea for AED 120 per person. Eat, sip, chat and relax, while Thai Chi’s friendly servers make sure you’re taken care of.

If you’re new to Thai Chi or the dim sum experience, don’t worry, you’re in safe hands. The restaurant of two halves – one Thai, one Chinese – has been making diners happy at WAFI since 2003.

Take advantage of this offer and dine on dumplings for three hours every Friday.

Thai Chi at WAFI opens daily 12.30pm-3pm and 7pm-12am. Last orders for the dim sum deal by 9pm. Call 04 324 4100 to reserve your table.

 

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