The place wasn’t packed as its still early but slowly the cat people start crawling in as the time gets by. An interesting thing I notice here was they served the dim sum in trolley like those in Hong Kong but they still have to invest in a real proper dim sum trolley.
a proper dim sum trolley will do nicely if they willing to invest in 1
Overall, nice ambience and food but on the pricey side. Bring people here if you want to impress them. Now, after all these dim sum, I have to drag my feet back to work.
Teochiew siew mai, minced meat and prawn top with fish egg and wrapped in lettuce
char siew che cheong fun, the skin is thin enough but the char siew doesn't taste or look like char siew - kind of disappointing
chicken porridge, the porridge was smooth and top with lots of shredded chicken and crispy bean curd
lo mai kai, glutinous rice steam with chicken, peanuts and dried shrimp
crispy yam puff with char siew, one bite into the yam skin and you'll get steaming hot char siew
deep fried carrot cake, crispy on the outside, soft and smooth on the inside - best eaten with the chilli sauce
deep fried bean curd skin stuff with cheese and prawns -my fav
the king of dim sum - har kau
egg tart, not the usual multi layered skin but instead of the pastry style
char siew pau, nice skin texture with lean pork inside
all wash down with a steaming hot cup of chinese tea, ahh.......