Want to get your dim sum on? Do it the right way: with a few drinks, a great group of friends and excessive amounts of food. From the worn-in Asian ambience to the steaming carts of food that roll to your table, Furama is the ideal place to indulge in Chinese dim sum, entrees and more.
With a hundred variations of chicken, beef, tofu and seafood dishes, the menu's entrees are quite delicious (the cashew chicken is particularly tasty) but aren't the reason to come. Nope, at Furama you need to dim sum it up. Start by ordering a pot of tea for your table then spend some serious time debating about which dim sum dishes to order. You've got your spring rolls, egg rolls, pot stickers, crab Rangoon, shrimp toast and more, so choose wisely. The staff will wheel out your selections, along with bowls of rice, to your table, and so the feast begins. The tea may start losing its steam at this point, providing an excellent excuse to switch to cocktails selected from Furama's enormous drink menu or mixed drinks, beer and Japanese wine. Eat, drink and don't forget to share with your friends.
Average cost: <$10
Centerstage Reviewer: Ashley Hamilton