1. Hong Kong Style Pan Fried Rice Rolls (Jeen Churn Fun) wordpress.com / Via camesawate.wordpress.com Pan fried rice rolls served with soy, hoisin, and peanut sauce, topped with toasted sesame seeds. Eat them while its fresh and hot! Lightly crispy on the outside with a soft chewy middle. Add sambal or sriracha and you're golden. 2. Roast Pork Pastry (Char Siu Sou) wordpress.com / Via ingredientsofhappiness.wordpress.com Similar to the steamed pork bun, the char siu sou has a flaky, almost buttery, crust. You'll probably never try a steamed pork bun again. 3. Fried Pork Dumplings (Ham Sui Gok) peach-water.com / Via peach-water.com Deep fried and pork? What's NOT to love? These dumplings are unlike any other. With a crunchy golden crust, chewy interior, and savory pork filling, you'd definitely need to order more than one plate for the table. 4. Beef Offal (Ngau Jaap) i1358.photobucket.com / Via shutupandeat.ca Never had offal before? No need to stray away. This braised dish consisting of beef tendon, tripe, lung and daikon is a savory dish that's new and exciting. If you're a fan of the usual ginger and scallion tripe, you'll go nuts for this. 5. Chicken Feet (Fung Jow) Via maangchi.com Finally, a staple in dim sum, the chicken feet probably grosses out more people than it should. But get past the looks and you'll find that it's sweet and tender along with a chewiness that's surprisingly enjoyable.If you're not having chicken feet at dim sum, you're not having dim sum.