We had the usual shrimp (Har Kau) and pork dumplings (Siu Mai) and a token vegetable dish which was very tasty because it was fried with minced meat.
The nieces love the vegetarian and shrimp spring rolls - one likes the vegetarian, one likes the shrimp hence we always order 2 types.
We also had the sesame shrimp toast which is essentially minced prawn on white bread sprinkled with sesame seed then deep fried. Nice and crunchy. I was so happy to see this on the menu as it reminds me of my childhood - not many places serve this up anymore.
These wontons with spicy sauce are very good. The spicy sauce is a bit sweet, a bit sour and goes well not just with the dumplings but other things too. We always save the sauce to dip with other dim sum.
I love these taro balls, it is crispy and crunchy on the outside while the inside has meat filling surrounded by the soft and rich taro.
Can't go wrong with deep fried chicken wings.
The whole family likes beef and this beef brisket is tender and the sauce goes well with the rice rolls.
I like this in winter as the chicken broth warms me up, the chicken is very tender and the noodles well, I can't resist chinese noodles.
|Spicy Green Beans with Minced Meat|
|Shrimp Spring Roll|
|Sesame Shrimp Toast|
|Dumpling with Spicy Sauce|
|Deep fried Taro Balls|
|Deep Fried Wontons with Sweet and Sour Sauce|
|Deep Fried Chicken Wings|
|Beef Brisket with Rice Rolls|
|Deep Fried Rice Roll|
|Chicken Noodle Soup|