The atmosphere and presentation are the best things about this restaurant in my view. Drink list is fun and tasty. Service is fantastic.
I might be spoiled with great food, but i thought the food quality was average and felt like i could recognise a lot of tricks to produce the food in a cheaper way, but without losing too much taste.
Having eaten top quality dim sum in Asia, North America and London - this falls pretty short Deep fried spring rolls just isn't that special.
I get a sense that they added more effort and freshness when they were newly open, because the concept is great.
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