What is the dim sum like at Jaya?

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Most restaurants have a cheese course, but when you dine at Jaya at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star South Beach hotel, The Setai, we recommend that you go for the dim sum course instead — after all, this is an Asian-influenced restaurant. The four-piece dim sum, served in a steaming basket with multiple dipping sauces, is perfect for sharing. There are plenty of options to choose from, including steamed shrimp (Har Gau), steamed pork (Siew Mai) and lotus root with water chestnut. For the meat and seafood lovers, there’s the fried blue crab and sesame seed dumpling, the steamed scallops with truffle cream emulsion dumpling and the steamed veal cheek dumpling with ginger and orange. We recommend ordering a few for the table at the Forbes Travel Guide Four Star restaurant and breaking out the chopsticks.

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