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Up for a dim sum challenge? Head to Hikina
Updated on 02 July 2017

If you’re a fan of Chinese food, especially dim sums, make your way to Hikina at Lapita Dubai Parks and Resorts. The restaurant, popular for its Cantonese cuisine, is throwing diners a challenge every day of the week. For Dhs 80, you get seven different dim sums (16 pieces each) and you have to finish them all. We’re talking shrimp money bags, barbecue chicken buns, beef sui mai and lots more. If you complete the challenge, you’re given a 40% discount on the á la carte menu which only means more food! If that sounds like you're kind of game, head there between 6.30pm to 11pm on any day of the week. Call 04-8109999.
 

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