We absolutely love dim sum so got really excited about this little place. They have a very small menu but that's a good thing as the few things they have they seem to do them well. It's all homemade and the food tastes fresh rather than bought off a Chinese supermarket's frozen range. Chicken won ton and Sui Mai with mustard and Hoi Sin sauce were exceptional. Char Siu Bao didn't have much filling in so didn't stand out as much. The dishes range from 28 to 40 rands and you get 3 of each on a plate which makes it quite expensive to dine. We had 4 plates between the two of us and were still hungry afterwards - could have carried on if the prices were a bit cheaper. It's a funky little place and we liked the decor. Would have given it 5 star if it offered better value for money.
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