Dim Sum is one of the biggest parts of Yue Dining. Most people do not know what Yue Cuisine is but they would know Dim Sum. It is fairly popular amongst the foreigners also. Dim Sum are bite size snacks that are mostly steamed, fried or baked. Few popular Dim Sum are the Har Gao, Siu Mai and Cha Siu Bao. Traditionally, a variety of Dim Sum will be pushed to you in carts and you get to choose what you want to eat. These carts still exists in a lot of Yue Cuisines, but in order to be cost efficient and safer, some restaurant just serve the Dim Sum straight to the table in some restaurants.
Yue Cuisine is originated from Guangdong, the southern part of China. It is also known as the Cantonese Cuisine or Cantonese food. Yue Cuisine is one of the main four types of Chinese cooking. Unlike the other three types of Chinese food, Yue Cuisine tries to retain the origin flavor of the food instead of using tons of spices and sauces in the process of cooking the food. Foreigners are often astonished by the variety of animals used in Yue Cuisine. It varies from normal food like seafood to snake and century eggs. The century eggs definitely taste better than it looks. The variety comes from the different animals from the vase lands and coastlines.