We have dined here several times over the years - usually for yum cha, and always enjoy the food. On this occasion we didn't arrive until almost 2pm but still, there was a huge variety of yum cha on offer - all freshly cooked & piping hot. Like most chinese restaurants, its busy, noisy and tables quite close together - but unless your in Hong Kong - or maybe Melbourne, in a fine dining chinese restaurant we expect that. The chinese are generally not "smiley" people and you can understand that as they push yum cha trolleys in and out of confined spaces. However the food here is good - and varied and worth a visit.
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