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This successful chain of Cantonese restaurants focuses on serving exquisitely prepared traditional dishes in an elegant setting. The dim sum and roast meat selections are popular, and it's known for good service too.
I brought my wife and her parents for lunch to celebrate their birthday and had a bad experience. The service and food was horrible. We ordered the set menu and the staff and normally you would expect each dish to be served only when you finish the earlier one. The waitress just dumped the dishes and left them there. The dishes were also cold and poorly executed. You can get better food at cze char restaurants to be honest and is totally not something you would associate with a good restaurant. Can you imagine the waitress asking if they can serve dessert immediately after serving you a bowl of fried rice? Imagine if you host a wedding banquet there and this is how your guest are treated.
I emailed my feedback to the management and their response was pathetic as well. Did not ask for much details and just mentioned they will improve training.
I would not recommend the restaurant to anyone especially if you are planning to hold important functions there. Poor service, poor food and lack of sincerity from the management in addressing complaints.
Went for their Hi Tea dim sum buffet with a group of 7. Listed on their flyer was stated more than 30 dim sum varieties. But in my opinion, not more than 15 dim sum items, the rest was those dishes like sweet sour pork, pork ribs, vegetables. Rice roll was slightly too thick. Even their mini egg tarts was not replenished just after first hour into the start of the buffet. Their porridge was nice though. Overall quite disappointed
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