Though we were full, we couldn’t stop eating.
Next, we went to the restaurant named Yumisai to eat dim sum.
The person we took me there hadn’t gone there, but his friend recommended the restaurant that serves good dim sum 😀
It have something cute exterior and it doesn’t look like the restaurant at the chinatown.
Spring rolls (春巻き). The outside was Crispy, and inside was thick.
Shao‐mai (しゅうまい). Much juicy.
Baked soup dumplings (焼き小龍包)
There were hot soup in the smallish xiaolongbao 😀
Grandmother’s fried gyoza (おばあちゃんの焼き餃子)
I ate one without anything, and I ate another with chinese red chile oil. It was mild 😀
Stir-fried rape-flower (青菜炒め).( We ordered stir-fried bean sprouts, but there weren’t.)
Stir-fried Ipomoea aquantica (空芯菜炒め)
I think two kinds of stir-fried vegetables were same flavored.
Stir-fried rape-flower was a bit watery.
Ipomoea aquatica was quite good. It absorbed flavor well.
When we got out of Yumsai, the climax of festival could be seen.
About Yumisai (優味彩)
Address / 128 Yamashitacho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
Station / Ishikawacho station (JR), Motomachi, Chinatown station (MInatomirai line)
Open / 11:30 – 15:00, 17:00 – 23:00
Saturdays, Sundays and another national holidays / 11:30 – 23:00
Close / No scheduled
Website / http://yumisai.com/(in Japanese only)