Really not what I expected. I expected a massive restaurant with people pulling around dim sum (yum cha) carts but it is a tiny restaurant on a side street next to a shop that sells bikes and weapons...lol (good to know as the shop had no English signs so we weren't even sure if we were at the right place!)
Dont have high hopes, and you'll be impressed.
There are two dishes that are a must, my husband and I regret not getting more servings.
1. Baked BBQ Pork Bun (3pc)
2. Fried Dumpling with meat (3pc)
Everything else is fresh and delicious but not "to die for" like the above two dishes.
Line up, give them the number of ppl u are with and they will give u a menu with the number in line. Make sure you ask for an English menu which is a different coloured paper and have your order ready for when your number is called. You can always add to your order during your meal - just fill out another order form and give it to them.
We had to regularly ask someone else in line what number they were up to as they only call out the number in Chinese.
Go at around 2:30pm, you will only wait for about 20 mins, and not the usual 1.5 hours in peak time.
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