I went to this restaurant for dinner last night and really enjoyed the experience and the food. While I am used to AYCE hot pots, I was a little weary of ordering too many dishes for fear of what the bill will be at the end of the night.
We ordered two soup bases (1/2 / 1/2) a light melon soup base and a satay base. Both were very tasty. For dishes, we ordered, oysters, fish and squid balls, sliced fish, tofu (shaped like hearts), fresh chinese mushrooms, siu choy and beef shank. The presentation and freshness of the dishes is impeccable.
The service is good. The waitresses come by often to top up our soup and refill our water and tea glasses. They did forget our fish dish, but when we asked about it, they were quick to deliver it to us. They also served a cold chrysanthamum tea drink which was very good along with the traditional plum juice (which I've never really acquired a taste for).
The ambience is nice. They have nice booths that seat 6 people that can be extended bigger for larger parties or you can sit at a round table. The vents work well in this restaurant as normally we find ourselves sweating while enjoying our meal.
We really enjoyed our meal and while the bill was a little on the pricey side, it was nice to try someplace new. The bill for two, (they gave us a 10% discount) came to about $85 with tip. We normally spend about $50with tip at the AYCE ones but we felt the food quality was worth it. We'll be back again when we feel like treating ourselves again.