At dim sum restaurants, dessert isn't always obvious — there could be pork-filled buns displayed right alongside the sweets, and if you don't double-check with the waitress, you'll get an unexpected bite of something savory. Tiny egg custard tarts were lightly sweet and tasted good with tea, but I also loved the custard buns — moist and bready, with sweet vanilla custard inside and a crumbly outer layer that was almost like shortbread.

But, hey, order both if you're that hungry. At Great Wall, you can fill up on a whole lot of good food for perhaps ten bucks a head, making this one of the better places in Phoenix to feast on a shoestring budget.

Stop by Great Wall Hong Kong Cuisine for a budget-friendly dim sum lunch.
Jackie Mercandetti
Stop by Great Wall Hong Kong Cuisine for a budget-friendly dim sum lunch.

Location Info


Great Wall Hong Kong Cuisine

3446 W. Camelback Road
Phoenix, AZ 85017

Category: Restaurant > Chinese

Region: West Phoenix


Hours: 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Monday through Friday; 10 a.m. to midnight, Saturday; 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday (dim sum served daily until 2 p.m.)
Great Wall Hong Kong Cuisine
3446 West Camelback Road

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David SB
David SB

Glad to hear Great Wall is back and serving good food. I seem to remember it being closed for a while. Still, my current favorite for dim sum in the Phoenix Metro Area has got to be Phoenix Palace in Chandler (NE corner of Dobson & Warner in the same shopping center as Lee Lee). China Chan near MetroCenter is also quite good, although there are no carts -- just a sushi-style menu to check off items on.