The food is average. They have a decent selection of dim sum dishes and is worth checking out if you're in the area and hungry. Be sure you're specifically in the mood for dim sum though because if you're not you might find more options at the large mall down the street.
Here are some random helpful points about the restaurant:
1. Be aware they will add these costs to your meal without telling you: (a) starter plate of nuts and tofu. It doesn't really taste good and they bring it out the second you sit down thereby charging you immediately for it without telling you. I'm not sure if this is a common thing in HK but I'm not used to this in the US; (b) you will get charged for tea whether you drink it or not so you might as well pick one you will drink; (c) it ends up almost being a double charge for tea because they charge you for tea AND again for hot water that comes with it. Again something I've never seen in the US or other countries.
2. Try to get a seat as close to the window overlooking the harbor. This will enhance the experience.
3. The wait staff isn't too friendly. Depending on who you get they might be mildly friendly but most likely won't go out of their way to be nice. Out of the 3 or 4 wait staff we dealt with, only 1 was friendly. The rest kind of acted like they don't want you there (but that's sort of a common thing in local HK restaurants that we found).
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