Went for dim sum on Mother's Day, and food was much better than our last visit.
Had the usual shrimp dumplings (har kaw), pork/shrimp dumplings (siu mai), steamed roasted pork buns that the kids loved (cha siu bao), and the much improved steamed shrimp crepes (har cheong fan), pan fried turnip/radish cake (lo bak guo) and our favorite chives dumplings and the deep fried taro with shrimp fritters (the taro was julienned cut and deep fried - think it is called wu tar har, it is different from the taro puff - wu gok). And we chose the chrysanthemum tea. Even the service was much better with all the various staff who passed by our table was very courteous and helpful.
I am back to being a fan of this restaurant. Hope the quality stays this way.
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