This highly regarded Cantonese restaurant could easily glide solely on its reputation, and yet, its devoted chefs bring the goods again and again. One of the first of its kind to offer dim sum à la carte, rather than by an actual cart, items arrive piping hot, fresh from the steamer. You really can’t go wrong here, as each is more inventive than the next, flaunting ace flavor and wondrous texture. Bigger plates are all the rage at night—including sweet and sour pork, which finds elevation in this trusty kitchen's hands.
Anything with seafood is a sure bet, but don’t miss the preserved salty egg bun with molten yolk. Families can be seen digging into steamed rice noodle rolls studded with bitter melon, or fried durian pastries oozing with the warm fruit.- MICHELIN guide inspectors