I ate dimsum buffet few times with and without the Groupon voucher.
With Groupon Voucher: I came 4 times (Thrice on Saturday, once on Sunday)
Very worth it. 2 pax usually $35+, so approximately 1 pax around $18. The har gao, sio may, ji jiao (chicken feet) and all other selections are very nice and fresh. So please give it a try if you do spot vouchers. The only bad thing is the location itself as it is very isolated, located inside Turf City.
If you can walk, you can take a bus and take a 15mins walk from the bus stop using GPS. Otherwise you can take taxi or if you can drive, that's the best. The first time we came, we were highly surprised because the restaurant's exterior is very ugly and messy. But when I entered, I changed my mind immediately. The waitresses and waiters were all in proper uniform with fast and pleasant services.
Without voucher: for weekend they got 50% discount (not sure about weekdays). Surprisingly when we visit the restaurant without vouchers, the food selections were not as fresh. The prawns are not juicy, the siew mai was cold and yet we paid more - around $60 2 pax. T_T
So my reasoning: They anticipated high customer traffic flow during the promotion period, hence the chefs would replenish the buffet spread with fresh supplies. However when there is no promotion, the chefs would not replenish the supplies so frequently.
So my suggestion, better come when Groupon got promotion
har gao,sio may and a lot a lot more:)
Date of Visit: May 11, 2013
Spending per head: Approximately $19(Lunch)Other Ratings: