Dum-Dum-Dumpling: Tuan Tuan’s Dim Sum All-You-Can Promo Is Back

Read: Unlimited Crispy Barbeque Pork Snow Buns.
left: Tuan Tuan's snow buns, right: Tuantuan front
Photo by Facebook/tuantuanmanila

Nothing warms the belly on cold rainy days like good ol’ Chinese food. Whether you spent your childhood with your relatives combing the streets of Binondo or are a newer fan of the cuisine, you wouldn’t want to miss out on this limited-time offer from Chinese restaurant Tuan Tuan.

Sate your hankering for delectable dumplings, buns, noodles, and other Chinese eats because TuanTuan is bringing back their Dim Sum Till You Drop Promo. Ready your tummies and wallets because here’s your chance to stuff yourself with as many dim sum treats as you can!

Here’s what we know about Tuan Tuan’s dim sum all-you-can promo this month:

For just P698, you can fill your stomach with as much as you can of your Tuan Tuan dim sum faves. Come hungry because you can get your fill of Tuan Tuan Crispy Barbequed Pork Buns, Steamed Pork and Shrimp Siu Mai, Fried Shrimp Wanton, Steamed Garlic Spare Ribs, Yangchow Fried Rice, Shrimp Wanton Noodle Soup, and more! The promo runs every Monday to Saturday from August 1 to September 16 at Tuan Tuan’s SM Megamall, SM Aura, UP Town Center, and Promenade Greenhills branches. 

tuantuan chinese brasserie's dimsum till you drop poster
Photo by TuanTuan

TuanTuan’s Dim Sum Till You Drop Promo Mechanics:

Run, don’t walk to your nearest branch, and get as much as you can of your favorite Chinese eats. Be mindful of your fullness levels though—a strict no-leftover and no-takeout policy will be employed, and leftover food will be charged ala carte prices. Note that the Dimsum Till You Drop promo must be availed of by the entire table. No combination of a la carte and unlimited promos will be allowed. 

tuantuan chinese brasserie's dimsum in bamboo steamers
Photo by Facebook/TuanTuanManila

Tuan Tuan is a Chinese brasserie that first opened in 2014, and they’re known for offering Cantonese eats in a French-inspired setting.

See a list of Tuan Tuan branches. For more information, visit Tuan Tuan Chinese Brasserie’s Facebook page.

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph. Minor edits have been made by Yummy.ph editors.


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