Things to do in Vancouver: Dim Sum Cooking Classes at the New Wild Rice Modern Chinese Restaurant

Posted by on Dec 5, 2011 in News, Things to Do in Vancouver | 0 comments

Vancouver is renowned for its rich and diverse Chinese food scene and dim sum is an integral part of the cuisine.  If you love the intricately prepared small-bites such as dumplings and baos, try your hand at making your own.  Join a unique cooking class at Wild Rice, Vancouver’s well-loved modern Chinese restaurant that recently opened their new location in New Westminister.


Dim Sum Making Course at Wild Rice - Vancouver Food Tour PhotographyHankering for har gow? Desiring dumplings? Craving cha siu bao? Yearn no longer. Wild Rice Executive Chef Todd Bright, a master of the art of new-style dim sum, will be conducting three intimate cooking classes in dim-sum making at the newly opened Wild Rice in New Westminster’s River Market starting next Monday, December 5th. The other two classes will be held on the following Mondays – December 12th and 19th respectively.

Each class starts at 6 p.m. Price is $30 and includes a four-course dinner at the conclusion of the evening. Optional wine pairing is an additional $15. Seats for these classes are very limited and pre-registration is required. To sign up please call Wild Rice New Westminster at 778-397-0028 or contact Caroline Levy at

Wild Rice New Westminster is located at 810 Quayside Drive in New west’s River Market.  If you live in Vancouver, it’s just a short ride on the skytrain.

For updates on Wild Rice, check out Wild Rice’s web site at or ‘like’ them on Facebook.

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