At 11.15 pm, on a week day, it was still crowded. The Myanmar girl who used to serve me remembered me and told me that they had lots of durians pancake tonight. I usually order about 3 plates. It's that good.
All their Dim Sum are steamed after you order, so, be prepared to wait a little while.
Delicious Har Gao. Fresh springy prawns and non sticky skin that holds well after steaming. The waitress even remembered I love my Dim Sums with rice vinegar, although I have not been here for at least 6 months!
Scallop Dim Sum. Beautiful. Fresh juicy scallops again. Look at the perfect texture of the Dim Sum Skin. Still elastic, not the least bit sticky.
Fried Raddish with Bean Sprouts. Lovely, as usual, crunchy skin and powdery soft insides. Not too oily, full of Wok Hei, with bits of dried shrimp as a pleasant change.
And as for the Durian pancakes, sorry, no photo. Gasak every last bit, and then remembered i forgot to take 'em darned photos. Ha! Ha! Ha!
Their Sunshine Buns are ok too. Did not notice if they still had the nouveaux Dim Sum thingy or not. Wierd stuff like fried banana mangy, er... sorry, mango prawns and lily scallop roll which i did not care too much about and avoided after tasting it.
Prices reasonable. Har Gao about 4.90 per plate.