This place is almost always full during lunch and dinner, but during "dead hours" within mall time, you will appreciate its spaciousness.
The servers are friendly and will give you full attention during these "dead hours", but when the place is full, they get a bit rattled because a customer from this table wants this and another concern from another table gets aired almost simultaneously.
They try to personalize their service as much as they can, but when the "mob" arrives, what can they do?
Favorite Dish: I always enjoy ordering the birthday noodle and the yang chow rice minus the shrimps. Then depending on my mood, I would also order jelly fish with century egg.
I think the food on the menu taste authentic enough, except for their claim to have no mono sodium glutamate(MSG).
Their dimsum is good too.
The restaurant is well appointed and clean. The decor is made out of native materials and I loved the light treatments with blue bottles. :)
The crew are neatly dressed and well-trained.
The food is reasonable priced and delicious. All dishes are for sharing. :)
Favorite Dish: I loved the halaan soup and the squid dish.
I just about had a liter of their sago and gulaman samalamig! Hehehehe!