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2014-11-19 283 views
This is one of my favourite dim sum shop, which offers a whole lot of dim sum varieties. I have not known any other places that has comparable number of varieties. If there's ample parking place, we would have visit it more often. Having said that, the dim sum shop is always packed with customers, especially during the lunch/dinner hours. My suggestion is to go there during the off-peak timing to avoid the crowds.砂煲鲍贝粥 - $6脆皮竽泥 - $3.50扣肉包 - $3.50Some hits and misses, which probably also depends
Some hits and misses, which probably also depends on individual's liking, so I shall just list out my favourite items!
The claypot clam porridge was super nice and tasty, with generous serving of clam (at least 8 or 9 pieces), which was perfect for two to share.
I also liked the toasted bread with taro fillings. It reminded me of similar taiwan snack, which was taro filling sandwiched between two butter biscuits. If you order this, eat it when it is still hot so that the toast will be crispy.
The pork belly bun was another hit . The pork belly had a good proportion of the meat and fats, which leave you yearning for more without feeling greasy/guilty. The skin was surprisingly thin and tasted like the char siew bun skin.
Pricing was also pocket friendly. Usually we spent less than $40 for 2 pax, with a very satisfying tummy. =)
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