Don't hesitate to ask the trolley wielding ladies what they're hiding in the steam baskets. We were a large party of eleven. The dim sum was incredible! It didn't break skin, so I can deal, they didn't know that chair was faulty. It basically tastes like you're eating soft chicken skin but with included cartilage and bones that you discard. That's the only dish we ordered multiple times. The won ton min was not very authentic Hong Kong style with no shrimp in the won ton and thick chewy noodles vs the light yellow Hong Kong noodles. I was the happiest lass ever.
Safe travels my little one! Everyone was very positive about the food but for me I didn't really care for the dimsum here. You'll find trolleys of little bites, mostly. Less filling than I'm used to but well done. Upstairs there was no one at the reception table, but they motioned us over to the front of the bar area and led us to a table with crisp white tablecloths and large paper napkins set with fairly good quality chopsticks. I enjoyed everything and I would love to come back. The decor inside is decent, clean and pretty modern. The nest of crispy noodles came topped with super moist white fish, peeled shrimp, tender calamari, carrots, mushrooms and choy sum in a savory sauce.
Ambience: family style dining, looks cute for a Sunday brunch setting. She checked the other tables but not ours. UrbanSpoon says they've been 'doing' YumCha for more than 20 years, but not sure if this was within the downstairs restaurant. The ambience isnt too quirky yet quite compact and japanese feels! Then there's a selection below giving options to adding the percentage of tips as well. Next time, I will try to find an optimal time to visit and avoid the crowd. They are a bit on the more expensive side for their dishes but you still get good food and good service. The food is different and tastes nice.
There is a dim sum menu and you can order from the menu or you can get plates from the dim sum cart that rolls around. My name got skipped twice and I had to point it out to the guy at the counter that he skipped me. The Deets on the visit: We were seated right away. They also come in sizzling form. Although the food wasn't terrible - I wouldn't have considered it great either. We did get the Hargow dim sum dish, and that was probably all that was actually worth its price.
Choi sum - Chinese cabbage par boiled then accented with oyster sauce. The deep fried shrimp ball is a plus, especially if you catch them fresh. How we broke it down: Pan fried bean curd roll - 4 Tasty and satisfying. Staff here is very nice and friendly. . Take it as an opportunity to push your boundaries a bit, the tripe is seriously good—light and gingery, soft and delicious. Service was also better than most considering how busy they were and everyone was very attentive.
One of my friends arrived the same time as I did and he wasn't sure why he had to give his key when he self parked too. Han Palace, on the Burwood Highway at Vermont South. My husband and I dropped in for a late lunch and loved everything we ordered. . .
Our other picks included shrimp dumplings, noodle soup and steamed chicken buns. Everything was delicious and at a great price. When it finally opened, I self parked. The fried turnip cake, shumai, buns and chicken feet were very tasty. When we inquired, the lady told us that we were given the lunch dim sum menu and then she brought out the dinner dim sum menu, which we never ever saw! Later on, with a function often using gas were used, allowing more items to be brought out at once. To branch off of that statement, the dim sum is made to order. Of course, we had to get the siu mai pork hash , har gao shrimp dumplings , shrimp Look fun, baos, and so much more! Angel's Chinese language skills came in handy.
When you sit down, the waitress immediately takes your drink order and return promptly to take your order. It's cheap, and the food is good, which helps contribute to its business. Everything tasted heavenly, and the variety of dishes they offer is unmatched. The restaurant was clean and decorative! Har gau steamed prawn dumplings are one of the hardest dumplings to make. We also got kau yuk, ong Choy, and black bean chow fun and beef.
I was terrified because I often have dimsum so I know how the dish is supposed to taste. It had a few spots and it was free! These grew to become their own type of restaurant, and the action of going there as yum cha. If you haven't tried it out, give it a shot! Heads up, they add tip your bill before hand. Then waited a while to get it back for it to be wrong and wait again for them to fix it. They do this coconut ice cream thing in pastry, unbelievable. The jellyfish was a bit spicy, but could use more sesame seed oil and soy sauce.