Came here with friends on the 1st Feb 2014. Booked for 8pm - busy - but it was a Saturday night AND the first weekend of the Chinese New Year.
Nice atmosphere - and our table was close to the kitchen area - which may have helped with the speed of the service - as it was pretty seamless. Last time I has Dim Sum was in Hong Kong, so knew my way around the ordering process a bit and some inkling of what we were ordering.
The Beef Dumplings are sweet and delicious - and not too doughy. The fizz was good too, and the cocktails really did end a lovely evening. I say Interesting as they were not the normal cocktail fair you get these days.
Passion Fruit Martinis with a flaming fruit shell on the top.
Lemongrass and Lime concotion - refreshing - but with a lot of "vegetation" in it!
Spicy Mango - winter warmer - and although it tasted like a Yankee Candle of the Christmas variety - it was weirdly tasty and I fully appreciated the chunk of cinnamon bark on the top! This was taken home and put in the spice cupboard.
As an intro to Dim Sum - this place hits the spot - it's user friendly - good wait staff, and the food is tasty and reasonably priced. Plenty of dips and sauces too to keep each mouthful interesting.
If I was in this part of town again I would definitely come here again - with friends or family.
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