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Dim Sum @ Blue Lagoon Seafood Master

by - August 16, 2016

I had the pleasure of attending a media tasting at Blue Lagoon Seafood Master about two weeks ago. Blue Lagoon Seafood Master served traditional Chinese cuisine, including seafood, BBQ, and also daily dim sum. The restaurant was large, inviting, and customers were greeted with tanks of fresh lobsters and crabs at the entrance. I have been here on several occasions for dinner, as it's closed by to our place in Mississauga. However, we have always ordered from their seafood menu, so this was my first time trying their dim sum. I have never had dim sum for dinner, so this was also an interesting first-time experience.

The media tasting was to preview two new dishes that are now added to their regular dim sum menu. The two new offerings were inspired by the popular trend that has been very popular in Hong Kong; cartoon dim sum. Both the Piggy Shaped Buns and Green Eyed Monsters Buns are now available during Blue Lagoon Seafood Master dim sum hours. 

Both of the cartoon dim sums were egg yolk buns containing a generous amount of egg yolk inside. The buns were a good combination of savory and salty. The novelty of the buns was that you need to poke a hole with your chopsticks, and then squeeze the bun for the egg yolk to squirt out. They are definitely a great photo-op for social media, but remember to do it fast, as the egg yolk hardens. Blue Lagoon Seafood Master will have a limited supply per day, so go early to ensure that you get to try some.

Piggy Shaped Buns
Green Eyed Monsters Buns
In addition to the new items, we also got to taste an array of dim sum dishes. Blue Lagoon Seafood Master has quite an extensive selection of dim sum like har gow, siu mai, steamed scallop dumpling with dried minced pork, steamed chicken feet with house sauce, steamed veterinarian dumpling, and more. It was definitely a great dim sum feast!!

Blue Lagoon Seafood Master also offers happy hour pricing, which is $3 for any size before 11 am. Regular prices are S - $2.60, M - $3.60, L - $4.60, and XL - $5.50. Overall, I found the portions to be pretty generous, and they definitely do not skimped out on the fillings for the dumplings, and buns. Dim sum is available everyday from 9 am to 4 pm.

Cold Mango Pudding
Steamed Dumplings with Pork, Vegetables, and Peanuts
Steamed Vegetarian Dumpling
Steamed Pork & Shrimp Dumpling (Siu Mai)
Steamed Crab Meat with Egg White Dumplings

Steamed Chicken Feet with House Sauce
Seafood Fried Rice with Garlic
Fried Noodle in Cantonese Style
Deep Fried Sesame Ball
 Overall, I'd say that Blue Lagoon Seafood Master was a solid spot for an upper-scale dim sum experience. Many thanks to Sweven Media for having us, as it was a fun and delicious evening!!

Address: 888 Dundas St E C3&4, Mississauga, ON L4Y 4G6

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Disclaimer: The food provided in this post was complimentary. However, all of the opinions expressed in this review are of my own.

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