This is a popular restaurant in the Greenhills area that serves Chinese dimsum, hotpot and fine dining:
1. Their dimsum is not essentially 100% authentic, but can pass for decent taste. Expect their pork and shrimp dumplings to contain lots of extenders i.e. pork fat. Their baked pork bun is pricier than other food joints, but taste is not original.
I like their chicken feet and meatball congee. But I suspect they simply reheat their porridge because consistency is different from what should be if freshly made.
Other popular items are their roasted pork "asado" rice topping and noodle soups. You have to eat them when served as the soup gets greasy after sometime.
Do expect the place to be teeming with customers esp. on weekends/holidays. I guess because their prices are still cheaper compared to hotel dimsum.
2. Their hotpot is one of the tastiest in town that I've ever tasted. They offer set or ala carte options. Worth recommending are their freshly-made meatballs and shrimp balls which are not simply bought from grocery stores. Do not order the "hofan" (flat noodles) as they become too soggy when cooked in the broth.
3. This place is famous for big parties like wedding and birthdays. Their lauriat is not the best in town, but can pass for local standards. I would go elsewhere for Peking duck. Lobster in superior sauce and prawn salad are worth a try - very nicely done.
However, do not expect service from their waiting staff and/or even supervisor. I suppose they project a certain level of complacency due to their high volume of customers. I have had my share of personal encounters with an arrogant supervisor.
Also, their taho (silken tofu pudding with tapioca pearls and brown sugar) is popular but always check the taste first before serving to children. We almost always order the taho when visiting, but one time they served us spoiled taho - sour in taste. The waiter refused to acknowledge until we had to elevate it to the available supervisor at that time. Unfortunately, he just retrieved the taho and still charged us for it (??!!).
Overall, despite the hiccups, we still keep returning to this restaurant, only for our favorite items (sans taho).
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