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🙂 = Fairly easy parking (you may have to walk a few blocks, as it’s still part of the city), but there is a lot right next to the restaurant.

🙁 = No kids menu or changing tables.

We love traditional dim sum, so mommy and daddy and our new friend FoodBabyNY went out for some super cool type of dim sum at Bing Bing Dim Sum – it’s similar style, but with a Jewish twist (some of the items include things like matzo meal and lox). We got a cool booth – which meant we couldn’t get a booster but if we sat on our knees we reached the table well. There were high chairs available, we liked the booth though.

Since we were with our new friends, we ordered one of everything: Green mango and papaya salad with air dried beef, Brussels sprouts with pumpkin seeds and fermented squash, buns with roast pork, buns with vegetables and others with smoked salmon, and wok fried udon noodles. Mommy loved everything! We were a bit pickier but we loved the buns, especially with the smoked fish and what tasted like cream cheese (everything paco man buns). Looking back, maybe ordering us the fried rice would have been a good idea. The roasted grape ice cream looked amazing as well but our bellies were full.

Some of our food. FoodBabyNY wanted to steal it!

Some of our food. FoodBabyNY wanted to steal it!

The service was good – they didn’t mind our silliness, and overall didn’t pay much attention to us (which could be both good and bad). Just as a side note, Monday-Friday 5-7 and Saturday and Sunday 3-5 they have a happy hour – which includes not only drinks for mommy and daddy but a handful of food items for $5 for you to try. There are still many things on the menu we didn’t get a chance to try, so till next time!

Toddler Foodies enjoying some dim sum!

Toddler Foodies enjoying some dim sum!

 

1648 E Passyunk Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19148

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