Dim Sum Icon is a new Cardcaptor Sakura restaurant that serves healthy food located in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. Fan or not, with its unique Sakura restaurant theme and food, people have been targeting this restaurant for a unique dining experience. Regardless of what nationality you are from, the food in this very distinctive restaurant will surely satisfy your cravings.
Filipinos love to travel from different places to another, learning about different culture or discovering beautiful destinations and eating signature food in unique restaurants. Hong Kong is a country located South of China and is a popular year-round destination in Asia. With dumplings and wanton noodles as one of their main food, tourists from around the globe has been drooling to taste auhentic cantonese cuisine in China.
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How to get there
Option 1: By MTR
Find your way to the nearest MTR station and ride the red line train to Tsim Sha Tsui Station. From Tsim Sha Tsui, take the exit B and walk towards The One mall and Dim Sum Icon is located on the 3rd floor of the building.
Option 2: By Taxi
If you don’t mind spending a few extra cash, ride a taxi and tell the driver to get you to The One Mall near Tsim Sha Tsui station. Go to the 3rd floor od the building, Dim Sum Icon is just near the elevator of the mall.
Dim Sum Icon Menu and Price
The food on the menu offers a variety of Cantonese food that is inspired by a Cardcaptor Sakura design. I personally love the idea they have put into the food wherein the faces of the characters in the said Japanese manga series are actually designed on their food menu. It’s super cute and you’d really want to snap a good photo for the gram before devouring the food.
Read more here: Complete menu and price
From spicy series, rice rolls, icon steamed, sakura buns, sakura dumplings, burgers and many more, you’ll surely have a reason to come back to try all their menu!
My most favorite of them all is the deep fried spring rolls stuffed with shrimp and the Kero steamed egg custard buns. For the refreshment, I loved their litchi and yogurt special drink!
The price of their food starts from HKD35 to HKD299.
Dim Sum Icon – An Honest Review
“I need to put this on my blog!” As soon as I tasted the food and experienced their excpetional service, I knew then that this restaurant is extraordinary. Dim Sum Icon from my perception is a very IG-worthy and mouthwatering restaurant. There will be no argument that this restaurat is definitely one of the best in Hong Kong!
The Food – CardCaptor Sakura food!
All I can is, fantastic! Like I’ve mentioned above, I rank the food with high scores since I didn’t only enjoyed the food but I got bloated, too! Good job Dim Sum Icon, you deserve the best grades from your customer.
Make to order. I noticed that after ordering, the food is served straight from the kitchen to your plate. Unlike those fast-food restaurants where food is served after reheating. The estimated time after ordering is 15 – 20 minutes.
The Sakura one-bite burgers with shrimp patties are one of the menu you don’t wanna miss! These small delicate burgers is super cute and you can eat the whole thing by one bite so I guess it’s why it’s called one-bite burgers then.
I’m also not kidding when I mentioned above that every food on the menu has a Cardcaptor Sakura design. I mean it literally and amazingly. If the food is not shaped like Kero, it has small pictures of the characters, or the food itself has a picture of them! Cool!
Dim Sum Icon steps up in the game for featuring a famous Japanese manga series, attracting every fan on the planet to dine in the restaurant. But what gives me a more reason to come back is the staff and crew of Dim Sum Icon. I am most happy the service staff are very approachable and accommodating. They would always check on you if you need anything.
What gets my attention more is the location of the place. It’s very accessible and is inside a mall, therefore it has a very decent surrounding area.
Other Useful Information
- Address: Shop L308, Level 3, The One, 100 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
- Operating Days/Hours: Open daily/11:00AM to 11:00PM
- Official Dim Sum Icon Facebook Page: click here
- Minimum consumption per person: HKD100
- All prices are subject to 10% service charge
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