I'm here again for the 9 course high tea (excluding the 3 different types of chinese tea served) at $20++ for the month of September.
Menu for September High Tea
Lotus root Roll with Osmanthus
This dim sum is quite special. It's actually lotus root wrapped in Osmanthus. Quite an unique taste.
Steamed Pea Shoot Dumpling with Crabstick
A dumpling wrapped in some pea shoots. I still prefer the normal kind of dumpling wrapped in jiu cai, which is much tasty.
Steamed Crystal Dumpling with Osmanthus
A crystal dumpling that is filled with Osmanthus. The sweetness of the Osmanthus does not compliment the skin of the crystal dumpling, which results in a weird taste.
Deep Fried Chicken Puff
This is the tiny version of a chicken puff. Not much ingredient, but rich in potato paste.
Noodle with Bamboo Shoot in Onion Oil
Their noodle always taste great when mixed with the chili oil, and the minced pork are well seasoned that it taste great when eaten together with the noodle.
Water Chestnut with Osmanthus
Osmanthus taste good only when prepared in such way, especially with the presence of water chestnut
Sweet Potato Glutinous Rice Ball
This is a bit disappointing, as it's quite tasteless.
Homemade Beancurd with Wolfberry
Their signature desert. Smooth beancurd with wolfberry
Minced Meat Dumpling with Chilli Oil
It's my favourite of all in the high tea menu. The dumpling is dipped in chili oil and taste a bit sour which turn on your taste buds. It's served best together with the noodle earlier on.
Smooth beancurd with wolfberry
Date of Visit: Sep 29, 2013
Spending per head: Approximately $25(Tea)Other Ratings: