My partner and I visited this place for dinner and ordered the assorted dim sum to share followed by a laksa and chow mein each. The noodles came out first and while different dishes/origins were made up of the same fettuccine pasta - strange. The dim sum then came and was made up of dry prawn and other mince, not real chunks of meat/seafood. Nice decor and atmosphere with waiters that were kind of attentive (except the one with the bird tattoo on her arm - she was overly indifferent).
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