This eatery is opposite the Subordinate Courts. Its unimpressive brown exterior does not do justice to its food. It has an array of cantonese dim sum.Other things on the menu include fruit juices,herbal drinks,premium drinks,various beverages and desserts.There are more than 32 types of dim sum,toasted buns and bread if dim sum is not your thing.For lunch and dinner,you can have curry fish,chicken and vegetables with rice.The delicious claypot fish comes with a fresh slice of fish and steaming hot rice.($6.00)You can choose bread instead of rice.
We also had siew mai,chicken big pau,char siew rice roll,congee with century egg,and prawn roll(pictured ).The portions rather small($2.50 to $3.00) but we like their freshness of ingredients and ambience.In the corner is a piano with Christian reading materials beside it.
Date of Visit: Aug 23, 2012 Other Ratings: