Came here with a group of 5. Ordered a range of Dim Sums, and most of the food is of a very high quality. They have a good range of traditional and classic dim sums, and of course some contemporary ones as well.
Classic dishes are like Scallop Dumpling (Dai Ji Gao), Prawn Dumplings (Har Gao) Pork and Prawn Dumplings (Siew Mai). Contemporary dishes are like Durian Mochi which I LOVE!
The only disappointment we had was the Siew Mai. It was just way too fatty. Siew Mai is a mixed of Mince Pork, Prawns, Dried Shitake and small dices of Pork Fat. That day, the Siew Mai had more Fat than meat, thus making it really difficult to swallow. But other than that, everything was great.
Service is fast and I'm rather impatient so it works out really well for me. I requested to be seated near the entrance of the kitchen thus, getting first pick of the dishes. Haha! But service has to be fast because we were given only 1.5 hours to eat, before they had to turnover the table for the next seating.
Personally, I'd rather have service that is a little faster, than to have one that would make you wait an hour for a dish to arrive.
I'm a big guy, and I ate so much that I went into a food coma, and the bill was less than $30 per person. Great Value!