The family that run this restaurant is from Guangzhou (Canton) in China, and they have more than 30 different dim sum-courses on the menu.
In China, dim sum (dumplings) are eaten for breakfast and lunch, but this restaurants serves it in the evening too.
Unlike most Chinese restaurants, that serve semi-processed food, here they actually make everything from scratch. And are they experts! The food is really good, even prepared with good places in Southern China.
The dim sums come in baskets of two - four pieces. Three baskets should make a full dinner for a woman, maybe four for a man. Add dessert and wine, and you'll be 500-600 NOK poorer per person than when you went in.
The neighbourhood is not that nice (although vibrant), and the restaurant itself a tad worn, so the very good food that appears on your table, usually served by nice and social staff, is almost a miracle.
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