Service was very slow, but food was tasty and very well presented. Yum Cha for three cost us $830 HK which included three ciders at $69 each. Very busy restaurant advise booking ahead as it can be very popular especially on weekends.
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Dim sum were made in the shapes of animals. V exquisite and interesting. Kids will love it. Dessert is also v appetising. But prices are slightly more expensive. than other restaurants.
Very expensive! But the baos are very fun to play with and service is good. However, I do not recommend the piggy buns though.
Easy booking and instant confirmation by booking via the app There are a variety of food and taste good! The dim sum bun are very cute. This restaurant is suitable for girls gathering.
It's not the best dim sum in town but it sure is the cutest. I really enjoyed the picture perfect buns with their cute little faces. We arrived close to closing time so there wasn't time to try too much.
Should have more dimsum and special dimsum menu for dinner. Signature dishes were great. Service is good. Atmosphere is also good.
Food was OK. Prices are higher than usual for dimsum reason for going was the animal shaped buns, which were ok in taste
Price may be a little on the pricier end but the environment is nice, the dim sum are really good and tasty. managed to try their custard buns, shrimp and veg dumplings, spicy honey balsamic wings, braised beef noodle soup and shrimp wonton noodle. Totally...More
This 3rd floor restaurant is totally worth the wait if you try on of their beautiful delicacies. The taste is good and the presentation extraordinary. Children will lovevit from the little dogs, dogs or birds to the blue cotton it is all unique
The best in this restaurant are the spicy pork and custard buns which are served as animals. However, the rest of the dim sum we ordered was not of the best quality. For real dim sum one should go to Mong Kok or Sham Shui...More