This restaurant was bustling when I arrived at 11am. My friend had already let them know we were there but we still waited for approximately 15 minutes. There are quite a few dishes to choose from at Fisherman’s Terrace and from what we tried, they were all executed pretty well. The atmosphere is also really noisy, but I personally crave that energy whenever I go have dim sum. As far as having our plates changed frequently, that did not happen unlike at Dragon View. However, there were so many diners that I understand the waitresses having a hard time keeping up as they are already preoccupied with other tasks.
I enjoyed these but I found them to be quite dense.Though I am not a big fan of chicken feet, I strongly recommend ordering this (unless you despise cilantro) because it is one of their best-sellers. They were seasoned and marinated well in the flavour, plus very tender and easy to bite into!A very simple and fresh plate of greens to help balance the taste buds in between other dishes. One of the better sticky rices you can find nowadays as they contain an egg yolk in the filling. These siu mai were literally bite-sized but still managed to maintain great flavour.They were alright, but I found the ratio of the bun to the filling a little off. As I’ve previously mentioned, Kirin wins for the best chicken bun in town.Extremely plump dumplings!Definitely my least favourite dish I ordered as the filling was rather strange; the use of crunchy vegetables did not go well with my palate.