We were hungry as we rolled into Poznan for the night. What to have for dinner? Honestly, my colleague and I were both a little sick of Polish/Czech/Hungarian food, thus we saw this interesting concept – Pierogi as Dim Sum. Why not?
The inside is relatively small. An equal amount of dine in and takeaway orders I think. They have a real steamer bought from China behind the counter where they do everything!This is a new brand for me, John Lemon. This is Rhubarb Lemonade. I had to try their Baozi. Inside the meat was shredded, not bad tasting. I also tried a variety of their dumplings. This one was pork and shrimp. Not bad at all. The only thing was that of the 5 different types that we tried, they all looked the same. No variation. But, the tastes were not bad considering where we were.