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Li Li Dimsum Buffet (P1,342 net) in Hyatt is one of the best Cantonese dimsum buffets in Manila. It’s just like the ones you can enjoy in Hong Kong. The restaurant is named after Li Li, a famous member of the Hongkong elite. Two of the private rooms are named after her daughters Fei Fei and Bai Ling. The menu is created by five highly skilled master chefs from Hong Kong to ensure the culinary quality and authenticity that Hyatt is known for.
You’ll be given a dimsum menu (Note: it changes everyday) that you can check out. The food is cooked right after you order it. The buffet comes with free-flowing iced tea, soft drinks and local beer. Go easy on the drinks, though. It is better to order hot tea throughout the entire meal. You can also order wine from their cellar.
To get the most out of your experience in Li Li, order the dimsum best-sellers first and your dimsum favorites. Best-sellers would include the dimsum trio of:
Shao Long Pao (Steamed Pork Dumplings “Shanghai” Style),
Har Gao (Steamed Shrimp Dumplings) and
Sio Mai (Steamed Pork Dumplings with Fly Fish Roe).
Most people fall in love with the…
Baked Puff Pastry Filled with Honey Barbecued Pork, and
the Deep-fried Taro Dumplings with Assorted Meat.
Don’t miss Li Li’s Rice Porridge with Shredded Pork and Preserved Egg.
For chili lovers, remember to order the XO sauce, chili garlic sauce and some jalapeños.
Before ordering more dimsum, try the dessert buffet. The taro cream, chilled mango cream and the steamed buns for dessert are all highly recommended. Pair them with an array of cakes, fruits and sweet pastries.
After dessert, order the dimsum items that you haven’t tried yet. Just a tip: It is impossible to order all the items on the dimsum menu and enjoy it. The restaurant has a “no sharing, no leftovers and no take-out” policy.
Yum Cha Dimsum Buffet, Li Li Restaurant, Hyatt Manila
Every Sunday 11.30am – 2.30pm
P1,328 net adults, P664 net Children 6-12years old, FREE < 6yrs old.
For Reservations, call +632 245 1234
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9 thoughts on “Best Buffets in Manila: Li Li’s Yum Cha Sunday Dimsum Buffet”
no picture of the menu??
the menu changes, but sige I’ll post the different menu versions for Lili 🙂
hi! I see you are doing a best buffet series- great idea, especially since pinoys love buffets! have tried the ones you have written about, Lili, Spirals, Dusit but my favourites are still at the Shang Makati- Circles and the Inagiku weekend buffet- the special sushi assortment alone is worth it! I think you have reviewed circles here before, but if you haven’t already reviewed the one at Inagiku, you should- I think your readers will enjoy it!
Yes, I had a circles post. I’m still completing the Best Buffets… Sige
I’ll check out Inagiku nga.
Thanks for the tip!
yummy talaga yung puff pastry with barbcued pork filling. Chinese na chinese!
hi sir gudmorning po..nakita ko po n d best po un food nyo s restaurant nyo tlga pong napahanga po ako s mga food na cneserve nyo s customer..sna po sir makapasok dn po ako s prestigiuos nyo restaurant gusto ko po kc matuto n iba ibang food at makapagwork s ganitong magandang restaurant sir.cguro po ako na po un sobrang saya pag nagkataon.hirap po kc pumasok ng trabaho dto satin.bakit po kaya ganun.kaya po d rin natin masisi un iba kung bakit napapalayo cla s pamilya nila.sna po sir mabigyan po ako ng pag kakataon n makapagwork at maipakita ko dn po un mga experience ko s food dining restaurant..thank you po s lahat ng makakabas nito..
i love dimsum! Hope we can try this also!
Just went to Hyatt website…I noticed that there’s ‘Dim Sum all you can eat’ and ‘Yum Cha’.
‘all you can eat’ – Mon – Sat
‘yum cha’ – Sun only.
By any chance you would know what else are the differences?
I like the Yum Cha buffet kasi it has more food that you can order from the list and not limited to Dimsum only.