Been here many times; they serve a good range of Dim Sum, BBQ pork/crispy belly pork/duck on boiled rice, etc. The food comes fast; the staff are attentive, although they might not smile a lot. They open from 11.30am, so it is also a good place for lunch (not only for dinner).
I strongly recommend ordering the Thai-style fried rice which comes in a big bucket. Does not taste authentically Thai of course, but very delicious nonetheless. The seafood there is pretty fresh - the salt/pepper scallops are delicious and so are king prawn in garlic and chilli sauce. The aromatic crispy dunk with pancakes are of good standard - may not be as nice as Chinese restaurants at Soho in London, but would certainly not leave you disappointed.
I also love the fact that they serve home-made soya milk, which is perfect for someone who's lactose intolerant like me. The price is on the higher end of Chinese food, but I often treat myself to Yim Wah once in a while.
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