Sea Harbour

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This morning Abe and I drove to Rosemead for brunch – a little “The People I’ve Slept With” reunion!

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Sea Harbour does not utilize the dim sum carts seen on this blog before – Quentin ordered us a feast!

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Many dumplings, both steamed and fried…

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…more crisp and crunchy meat…

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…sticky carbs…

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…and a few veggie dishes…

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…the ones below had zero meat – Abe was in heaven!

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“I think I may have ordered too much,” Quentin said. (I love him.)

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Filled 3 plates…

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…and made sure to have room for dessert:

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The egg tart was perfection – but I especially dug the pillow-y steamed bun…

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…filled with coconut-y egg whites!

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Too stuffed for chicken feet…

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…or congee

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Dang that place was good, and the company was even better! By the time we stumbled out of there, a long line had formed…

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…and the parking lot was totally full!

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I recommend going at 10:30am, like we did – the early bird gets the worm!

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9 thoughts on “Sea Harbour

  1. Lara

    Basically these are some of my favorite foods on Earth. It’s been so long since I’ve had dim sum, but after seeing this post, maybe we’ll go next weekend! :)

  2. squigglefloey

    Dim sum allllwaysss brings me back to my childhood and going out with grandparents for dim sum on the weekends. I always begged for egg tarts at the end of the meal :)

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