We have been visiting this place for yum cha for many years. It's busy and you need to get there early if you can.
There is a wide selection of dishes to choose from, the traditional and a few loss common items (not Asian, don't know what they all are called).
The quality of the food is good but with the restaurant over 3 floors it takes time for the trolleys to make its way to all the tables. Some dishes were cold.
Get there during the week or early on the weekend.
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