Yum Cha, originally just tea in Cantonese but now connoting tea and dim sum, is Hong Kong’s favourite pastime. It’s impossible to find bad dim sum here. Everything is gratifying — at any hour. However, it is only the touristy places that will serve you little baskets of har gao, sui mai, turnip cakes, pillowy baos stuffed with char siu pork and more through the day. Dining on dim sum is firmly a breakfast activity for the Cantonese and could extend up to lunch but not beyond. It is also a social ..
Source: Hong Kong cuisine: How to eat and drink like a local in Hong Kong – The Economic Times