Dim sum is a popular Chinese cuisine meant for sharing. And it was definitely more fun to feast with friends! Four of us shared 16 items and had a wonderful 2.5-hour lunch!
We loved the atmosphere here, plus the push-cart style service made it a lot more fun. It was a very popular restaurant, and the queue never stopped throughout our lunch.
The food was mostly pretty decent, and the prawns used were very fresh. Our favourites included century egg porridge, spare ribs, chicken feet, carrot cake (actually it was made of radish). The dumplings were probably the least favourite because of the really thick dumpling skin. The char siew pastry and egg tart were a bit too sweet for us.