Taste of China has existed as perhaps the best dim sum restaurant in Oslo for several years, but has now moved to larger and more modern premises near Oslo City Hall. The service is still good and nice.
There is an abundant selection of light dishes, but also more traditional main courses. Most dumpling variations are with pork or scampi, but you also get some vegetarian versions, and some more special small dishes. Here is an opportunity to try out flavors from the Canton of China. Reddish pudding with pork and dried shrimp was an exciting and abundant dim sum, light in taste, soft and good to dip in a spicy sauce. Fried gluten-rice muffins filled with pork and dried shrimp were like big eggs, with a lot of air but taste in the fill. Fried tofu with sauce of black beans was a typical vegetarian version. The flavors are mild as in most of the dim sum, but you can dip in good and strong sauces. Portions are usually not too small, so two dishes will often be enough.
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