We went there about once every two weeks with a group of international students to have a Yam Cha. It is just a nice place to go with a group of people. The food is good, the service ok (sometimes you have to order at the kitchen when it is very busy).
I guess it is a nice experience especially for people who never had a Yum Cha (heard that it means: drinking tea) before.
It also feels a bit like being in Asia, cause most of the customers are Asian.
I really liked it!!!
(For the people that do not know Yum Cha: The waiters walk around with food on wheels. You can see what you get and take it from the ‘riding table’ right away. We always shared the bill at the end. While you are eating you are allowed to drink as much tea as you want for free. You can also order other drinks but you have to pay for those).
Favorite Dish: I loved the sticky rice and the mango pudding, yummy!
I just like sticky rice and the mango pudding is just something totally different. They serve it with condensed milk.
This place is extremely popular on the weekends with hundreds of people packed into the restaurant. Numerous waiters zoom around the restaurant all pushing carts filled with delicious Chinese treats. My favourites are the dim sim, scallop dumplings, egg custard tarts, and flat rice noodles. It's noisy, fun and truly authentic. You might have to wait 5-10 minutes for a table when it is busy. Take a jumper too as they can really turn the air conditioning up high at times!
Favorite Dish: Yum cha!!!(available until 3pm everyday)