Had the dried oyster porridge with pork and century egg, flavour was good but a tad not hot enough. Just warm. The fried leek with pork was tasty but the dough was a bit too thick and undercooked with a heavy taste of flour. The rest, is all really really good. Didn’t have the space to try anything else though but we were really satisfied and happy with everything else we ordered. These are quite large portions and don’t have as much fat fillers compared to the dim sum we get in Singapore, still juicy and lots more flavour and a lot less oily.
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