"This snug, energetic corner spot in Passyunk Square serves Chinese dim sum with a fun American-Jewish twist."
That'll catch your attention, right?
Bing Bing Dim Sum is not trying to be authentic by any means; rather, they just want to cook good food.
I wasn't super hungry, so dim sum was perfect. I ordered the pork soup dumplings, as well as the roast pork bao. The roast pork bao is delicious. There's this perfectly buttery outside crisp, and the inside gives way to soft, pillowy dough enveloped with shredded pork. Excellent seasoning and flavor.
The soup dumplings are always a favorite of mine. I carefully pluck one with my chopsticks and place it into the soup spoon, nibble off the top to let the steam out. Then, I sip the soup and add some of the ginger-black-vinegar-soy sauce for some added flavor and cooling down.
So, overall, these were pretty good. I should've also gotten something not so bready/heavy and help cut some of that starch. These were both very good, though.