The restaurant was very busy on Sunday afternoon fulled primarily by locals and I was the only Chinese around. We were a party of 5 adults and 2 babies sitting in the smoking section (they were fully booked for a couple of weeks and the sectioning was done poorly - think back when smoking was allowed on flights).
We ordered Har Gow蝦餃, Siew Mai燒賣, Pork & Ginger dumplings薑蔥豬肉角, Wanton soups and Dumpling水餃 noodles in soup, Scallop Congee for the babies, Stir Fried Chicken, Singapore noodles (which don't exist in Singapore), Steamed pork buns and Fried Pork & mushrooms dumplings together with a pot of Jasmine tea and 10 non alcoholic soft drinks as the restaurant was very warm! No desserts just 5 coffees.
We've spent about €29 per grown up. The dim sum were not as good as I hoped. The pork in the SiewMai are usually made with mince not chopped. Pork & Ginger dumplings casings were too thick. The noodles in the dumplings soup were not authentic but poor quality dried egg noodles.
But there were some good items, the Wantons, Har Gow, Stir fry chicken and Steamed pork buns!
Personally I will return on a weekday and give them a second chance.
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