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Yum Cha Chinatown

Yum Cha, is the Cantonese tradition of brunch involving Chinese tea and dim sum enjoyed in the company of family and friends. The practice is popular in Cantonese-speaking regions, including Guangdong, Guangxi, Hong Kong and Macau. It’s perfect in that you can just pick a spot, turn up and you’ve got a massive selection of steamed/ fried and baked small dishes on which to gorge upon. On the menu today is a sweet and sour soft shell crab bao, pork and prawn siu mai and shanghainese lion head fish balls.

In this class make dumplings, dim sims and delicious bao.

Complimentary beverage on arrival.

Bar open from 5.30pm onwards.  Class starts promptly at 6pm.


Note: The above photo is indicative only - your menu is decided based on availability of produce at the time.

Your Chef

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Jamie Johnston

Jamie hails from Kent in the United Kingdom. Also known as "The garden of England", known for it's great produce. Jamie moved to Aotearoa 10 years ago and fell in love with the people, lifestyle, amazing produce and kai moana. Jamie has 20 years cooking under his belt. His first job was at Buckingham palace during his culinary school days. Since then he has worked with some of NZ's big guns. These

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Date:
Fri, 12 Jul 2019
Starting:
6:00pm
Finishing:
9:00pm (approximately)
Price:
$100 per person
Only 6 tickets left
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Level 1, Auckland Fish Markets
22 - 32 Jellicoe Street
Freemans Bay
Auckland 1010
New Zealand

Was a little nervous about the whole ‘cooking thing’ however the chef and the people I cooked with made things a breeze – plus heaps of fun.

Mark "Pick of New Zealand Seafood"