Dimsum Temple: Siomai and Siopao Food Cart
With the increasing demand for this simple and affordable Chinese inspired foodstuff, it is also a wise decision to make this as an investment. If you are currently in the crossroad of thinking of a business venture, this is something worthwhile to consider. Aside from the fact that this is in the food industry and is tasty, the price surely is affordable, reasonable and can target all kinds of people.
Our Siomai/Siopao Franchise is Dimsum Temple!
The use of “Dimsum Temple” trade name
- A mini high-end food cart (measures 7 ft x 5ft x2.5 ft)
- Equipment for Dimsum Temple food cart operation
- A heavy duty steamer
- Acrylic juice container with a ladle
- Sauce Dispenser
- Tong and straw holder
- Complete set of a uniform of one service crew (includes shirt, visor and hair net)
- Starting products worth P3,000.00
- Business and product orientation
- Franchise Seminar
- Hands-on training for you and your crew
- Concept manual
- After-sales support
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Mr. Edison Gomez: 0917-5323708 / 0998-5928617 / 02) 219 5869.
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More About Siomai, Siopao, and Dimsum
The Filipinos are always known for the Chinese influence in its culture. Not only in the world of trade and business that they have the greatest impact but interestingly they also did a lot of shaping in the food preferences of most Pinoys. Chinese inspired dishes are now a common household food item in most Filipino households. Some of which are snack choices and most of it as main dishes. Whatever the origin is, the most important thing is that it makes the stomach full and the faces happy as they indulge in this tasty cooking.
Let us take a look at the popular snack – Siopao. It is actually a Hokkien term that literally means “steamed buns”. This is a very common and well-liked snack choice most especially for people who are always on the go. It is a snack that can be eaten without utensils and can serve as breakfast, lunch, or even dinner. It can actually replace the rice and meat that one usually has for a complete meal. It literally has a carbo and protein in it. From the different choices of stuffing such as pork, beef, and chicken and for the adventurous type, some make shrimps or salted duck egg as stuffing, one can be full to the max. The best part is it can be stored easily and has a long shelf life if frozen and most of all it is very tasty and is liked by all people of all ages even toddlers.
Another popular food item that can now be seen anywhere in the country (even the streets) is the – Siomai. Also Hokkien in origin. This Filipino term for Chinese steamed dumplings is now a common street food to the Filipinos. With a variety of fillings on it, there is a choice of pork, beef, shrimp, chicken, sharks fin, and quail egg. These yummy fillings are then combined with extenders such as green peas, carrots, and the like and wrapped in wonton wrappers. With its popularity, the style of cooking also has evolved. The siomai is commonly steamed but nowadays, it is being fried that resulted in a crisp exterior giving out that crunchy taste to every bite you make. And this makes it more popular to school kids either as a snack option or a viand mixed with rice to make it as lunch.