They do serve soft drinks, but the boy loves his oolong tea. I prefer chrysenthemum tea, but they have since stopped brewing the flowers for their tea and switched to teabags instead, which in my opinion tastes disappointingly like plain water.
This is still my favourite place to have dim sum on a leisurely afternoon. There's just something about having some dim sum in a shophouse in the middle of Chinatown. Not only is the place air-conditioned, I enjoy looking out onto the busy shopping street from my seat by the window.
Here are some of the items we've tried.
Pork Ribs with Yam
Shrimp Beancurd Roll
Crystal Chives Dumplings
Crystal Mushroom Dumplings
Original Xiao Long Bao (to be eaten with vinegar and ginger)
Mini Goose Liver Xiao Long Bao
Fish Roe Siew Mai
Crispy Vegetarian Spring Roll
They also serve desserts such as lemongrass jelly with fruits, and the boy's favourite chilled mango pudding with sweetened milk
Dim Sum Buffet:
Time: 3-6pm, weekdays only
Price: Adults $19.80, Children below 12: $15.80