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2012-02-20 65 views
his is a memorable dining moment for me because not only because it was a treat by my brother for the whole family, but more importantly, it is an opportunity for the 5 of us to sit down and have our sunday brunch dim sum! It is something that we have been procastinating and delaying due to our different schedules, and I was so glad we can finally have this treat.The dim sum brunch buffet costs $33++ per person and there are two seatings. We took the earlier seating at 11:30am which lasts until
The dim sum brunch buffet costs $33++ per person and there are two seatings. We took the earlier seating at 11:30am which lasts until 1:15pm. Most of the dim sum are above average. We had the mini abalone siew mai which is very tasty (not because of the small abalone though). Of course, I am all praises for the har gow which boasts of fresh and crunchy prawns wrapped in a thin translucent skin.
Besides dim sum, there are also some chinese dishes in the buffet. We ordered the beef brisket with bean sauce. I must say this is an acquired taste. The beef is no doubt very tender but the beef taste is a little strong. We have mixed opinions on this. Another dish among many others that we ordered was the wasabi mayo prawns. Although it does not look very appetitsing from the photo, taste wise this is very very addictive! The prawns are fried just right, and are crunchy. The wasabi adds depth to the dish and even my dad who do not like wasabi was all raves for this dish. There is also an order for a bowl of soup per pax and desserts included in the buffet as well! Overall, this is really one of the best places I have been to for dim sum. If only they can scrap the timing, it would be better since we can leisurely enjoy our meal for longer.