Submitted Friday, March 21, 2008 - 10:46am [Dine in]
Very good basic dim sum. Please reserve before going (I mean it!) since it is always packed and save yourself from getting cold outside waiting. I wouldn't recommend their dinner options but it wasn't me who ordered it. I was invited that evening.
Service is average going to the downside. It is hard when it's full of people.
Ambiance is ok, normal, but having a auto body repair shop beside it, it just not right but who cares?
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Submitted Friday, March 21, 2008 - 10:01am [Dine in]
This was the first time and the last for a dinner in this restaurant. Lobster and geoduck was good but not outstanding. Abalone was well done but it was too small for the dish (30% bigger should do it for presentation purposes). Shark fin soup had too much of thickening (corn starch with water). Stir fried greens didn't do it (greens were old) and the rest was average. Core services (serving) was good but we got kind of snubbed by the attendant. Maybe my guests (table for 9 with two kids) was not the ideal type of customer for that place and they don't speak the HK-cantonese dialect correctly. An expensive place like there should treat anyone correctly. Ambiance is great, but please try to have a set of cutlery that doesn't have a common swedish trademark on it (hint: starts with the letter "I"). Expensive indeed.
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