We love Dim Sum and visited this restaurant about a year ago, under its previous ownership. The food was fine, but the service very offhand and we vowed not to return. However when we discovered the place had been taken over, we thought we'd give it another try and are glad we did, sampling a variety of Di Sum and a vermicelli dish rather than rice.
All the dishes were top notch, freshly and superbly cooked and packed with excellent fish & meats. There was certinly no skimping on ingredients. The service also was much more prompt and also friendlier than before. The building itself has hardly altered in decor - but is fine.
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