Hawaii Mom Blog: Papa Dumpz




February 20, 2021

Papa Dumpz

My craving for dim sum was satisfied thanks to Papa Dumpz, a family owned and operated business that operates primarily by social media (Instagram: @papa_dumpz).  

jian dui, fried shrimp

Preorders are accepted via DM on Instagram, and meet ups are in town on Tuesdays and Sundays.

pork & chive, har gao, shumai

They have a limited menu of steamed and deep fried dim sum items, including traditional favorites like shumai, har gao, pork & chive dumplings, custard buns, fried shrimp dumplings, and jian duis (custard and red bean).

I placed an order for pick up on a Sunday and they arrived promptly at the time promised. The dim sum was nicely presented and the taste was outstanding. 

shumai with goji berry

I like really like the wrappers that they use for the steamed dim sum - they're on the thinner side, but just thick enough to hold the fillings.  Each piece of dim sum is filled with a generous portion of filling.

pork & chive

The fried shrimp was still crispy when I got home, 45 minutes later.

The custard jian dui was calling my name and it did not disappoint.

 Let the buyer beware - I do not know where Papa Dumpz prepares their dim sum (i.e. whether they utilize a DOH-inspected kitchen).  Therefore, order and consume at your own risk. I will say that I do plan to order from them again!

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