With its soaring ceilings, amply sized tables armed with lazy Susans and gold chairs, this is the quintessential banquet hall that’s been serving freshly made dim sum for some time now. If that’s not impressive enough, the menu, which can be overwhelming, includes items categorized into sections like congee, deep fried and buns. Servers may not be adept at explaining dishes in detail, but rest assured that portions are generous, making meals here a particular value.
Indulge in beautifully made classics like crystal shrimp har gow, tender spareribs in black bean sauce and sautéed chicken feet with a mouth-numbingly spicy blend of chili and ginger. Round out your feast with a sweet treat, like fried custardy bamboo paste.- MICHELIN guide inspectors