Service was abysmal. Rushed us out before even clearing the table. Not at all accommodating to allergies. Food itself was good, but not much better than what you'll find in a Chinatown tea parlor.
Amazing dim sum! We had lots of dim sum to start, and main courses to share later. The dim sum was the best and most exciting part of the meal. Kitchen and staff is very effective, and quick servic
Large range of amazing pastries for dessert. They all are truly marvellous, I like to come there only for the cakes. Highlights were Inaya lulo & Cherry chocolate.
One Michelin star. Top dishes: venison puffs, lobster and caviar steamed dumpling, spicy soft shell crab with almonds, duck salad and Jasmin tea smoked ribs. Blue tea and desserts are excellent.
Forget about the main course, just focus on the dimsums. My favorite list: Scallop shui mai, Har gau, Spicy soft shell crab, Prawn and beancurd cheungfun, Jasmin tea smoked ribs.
Table of 9 so we had to have a set menu. Service good overall apart from an odd waiter who was quiet disorganised and inattentive. The veggie dim sums and dumplings were very good.
Amazing place dor dim sum ! King crap and stuffed mushroom ! Sit relax eat and feel full :) enjoy with great ambience ...
Have as much dim sum as you can or can afford to have, enjoy a cocktail or two and make sure you leave room for desert: you get to cherry-pick them from the counter upstairs.
Dim sum dishes are good, not the roast duck though (set menu)
Very hype and trendy wanna be style. Food average (for dimsums go to Plum Valley instead) and sitting very tight. Too noisy: