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Value-for-money dim sum. Perfect for group gatherings.
With its thin but firm skin, tender meat and tasty soup, the Xiao Long Bao is definitely a must-try!
The Mee Sua Kueh kind of reminds me of Maggi Mee. Don't be fooled by its appearances. It is amazingly delish! The crispy mee sua coating the soft carrot cake made the kueh stand out from all the other kuehs that I've tried.
Their egg custard bun is simply divine! The custard just flows out of the bun in the most glorious shade of yellow. PURE BLISS.
Har kow, siew mai, la mian, onion pancake, beancurd prawn rolls are the better dishes.
We went there for late dinner. We ordered some steamed dim sum and their signature xiao long bao. My friend realised that the xiao long bao was sour and turned bad, so we complained to their service staff. He was very rude and told us that "We are selling more than hundreds of xiao long bao everyday, yet no one complaint to us!" The best part of the story, he just walked away without any explanation and apology. We get pissed off and be the last time we patronised.