Time after time, I always enjoy coming here because provided by their extensive menu, there is always room for me to try something different. If you know me well, even if I have discovered a favourite, I usually tend to order new items. I love developing my palate and being able to become inspired… Anyhow, below are some of the dishes offered here. If you are a fan of baked tapioca pudding, this is the place to go. The dessert isn’t typically offered at many establishments for dim sum, mainly for dinner service, so I’m happy to see that they serve it here! Especially since it’s a fantastic representation of what it should be (minus the taro).
Steamed Mushroom Dumplings
Not as good as I remembered them being. The skin was too thick for my liking.
Baked Tapioca Pudding
The crust was exactly like a pineapple bun topping; it blended in with the custard base. It wasn’t too sweet and the portion was large enough for 2-3 people.
Baked Egg Tart
Their egg tarts are much bigger than what I’ve been served at in any restaurant. They shell was super crispy, in fact it seemed like it was spent in the oven a little too long. They’re decent, but I prefer Kirin’s hands down.
I would pass on this. The only place I’ve enjoyed this dish so far is at Dynasty on Broadway.
Deep Fried Shrimp Spring Rolls
These were really good! They weren’t oily, with ample filling of shrimp and garlic.
Steamed Shrimp Dumplings
I didn’t try these because I’m not the biggest fan of shrimp dumplings… I guess I grew up eating them way too much.
Pan Fried Tiger Prawn and Egg Plant
Super flavourful with the sweet and salty sauce coating the dish. The prawns were batter-fried first so they had a nice crunch to them but it also allowed the sauce to be more easily absorbed.