Since my friend and I haven’t seen each other for while, we decided to meet up and try some new restaurants downtown Vancouver. By searching online, we decided to give a try at Blossom Dim Sum and Grill. Surprisingly, we had an amazing experience dining out here.
Blossom Dim Sum and Grill is located on 808 Bute St, Vancouver. The location is right beside Robson Street, one of the busiest street downtown. Walking on Robson Street, you will see its windows and patios. The entrance of the restaurant is in the old second floor Eatery location off Robson on Bute Street.
Blossom Dim Sum and Grill has blended the Asian style of the design with western culture of cooking techniques. Inside the restaurant, you can see Neon lights in the front of the bar area, Chinese paper umbrellas on top of the roof, plush red velvet booths set against a vivid painted backdrop with characteristic lighting. The restaurant is huge. More than 200 people can eat here at the same time
Since Blossom Dim Sum has its own Happy Hour Menu which are super cheap, my friend and I decided to go from this menu. We both had White Sangria to start, which made by white Wine, Jasmine Tea, grapefruit Juice, and soda. As always, the drink came first. Fresh and tasty. Our orders came out of the kitchen one by one: Vegetable spring roll, pork dumplings, edamame, prawn crackers, crispy prawn dumplings, dynamite tacos, steelhead tartare, green tea smoked salmon, beef tartare, and sit man mini corndog with spicy mustard. Besides that, we also ordered hot & sour soup dumplings (4pc) and Lobster dumpling, pea tips, balsamic pearl (3pc). All the dish well made and delicious. Don’t learn from us. We have ordered too much food. The portion of food in this place is medium large. We had lots of leftovers in the end.
All the dishes from the Happy Hour Menu are around $3.5 – $6. Hot & sour soup dumplings is $12 . Lobster dumpling is $16. With this kind of presentation and taste, it’s worth to dine out this place.
Highly recommend Blossom Dim Sum and Grill to everyone.