I took photos of all the dishes we ordered so that I could remember what we had eaten but somehow left out a bowl of congee. We did not order any fried items as I wanted to refrain from eating oily food. The bill came up to RM54.60 inclusive of 6% government tax and 5% service charge. The dim sum dishes were categorized as small (RM 3.6), medium (RM4) and big (RM4.5) and we had 1 pot of tea (RM 1.5 per person), 2 small, 3 medium and 6 big dim sums but we did not ask which is which, we just sort of guess.
Overall, the savoury dim sums are a bit too salty and the pork taste is a bit too strong for me but my spouse said his bowl of century egg, salty duck egg, and lean pork meat congee is nice. No second visit for me.We ate the following:
|L: Steamed prawn dumplings (4.5) R: Steamed pork ribs (4.5)|
|L:Chives pork dumplings (4.5) R: Steamed pork dumplings (siew mai - 4.5)|
|L:Lotus glutinous rice (4.5) R:Scallop prawn dumplings (4.5)|
|L:Red bean pao/buns (3.6) R: BBQ pork (char siew) pao/buns (3.6)|
|L: Fish paste balls (4) R:Glutinous chicken rice (lo mai kai - 4)|