Today I went there to have tea with my family, but the overall experience is 6/10. The food is a bit cold and not freshly cooked. The taro was fried badly, it felt like they were taken out of the microwave, and it was cold inside.
Two people ate the following, three dim sum balls (red bean paste), shrimp rice rolls and fried dumplings. The whole is average. When the shrimp is imported, it is not so fresh. The meat is so tough, unlike the domestic Jindingxuan ( It's not as delicious as the local Guangzhou). I made a rice and fried two hot dishes. The amount was really big. I knew the meat slices in Mapo tofu was finished after a bite. Later, the type of stir-fried dishes was not my favorite. It's slimy. The owner is in Guangzhou. Many local foreigners eat dim sum. The waiter will keep walking around asking you if you want. The service is good. You can eat dim sum if you don’t pay attention to it, but there are so many Chinese restaurants in Wellington that you can also choose