Eating Local Thai food | Offbeat Thailand | Indian Travel Vloggers


Where to eat the Best Dimsums ever?

As you guys know, we’re all about the food here at Second Breakfast! And if you love eating the traditional food of a place on your travels, you definitely will love this Dimsum place in Phuket.

Here’s the address to all 3 branches in Phuket:
Timings: 6 am to 10 am but they sometimes sell out earlier. Go early to try more options!

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