Good yum cha here with all the basics for locals. Don't stay here for too long as we're usually in and out.
Bathrooms is appalling.
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Good for yum cha however bathroom is disgusting. Two levels of yum cha situated approx 5 min walk from Westfield.
We have been to this restaurant a number of times, each time hoping it would be better than it was. It's good if you just want a Yum Cha lunch, although we found it quite noisy and a bit frenetic; not the place to go for a relaxing afternoon. The main courses always seemed to be expensive and often had small amounts of rich food (like the raw lobster). We wouldn't go again.
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.
Experienced diners at Sunny's Seafood (we've dined there for over a decade), we know that you have to get there early.
We love the food, it's always been fresh, in our experience.
This is the genuine Yum Cha experience.
This is where Chinese people come to eat Yum Cha.
You do the math.
Know what you want, and say no to anything you're not sure about.
They will do dishes to request, our daughter would only eat Singapore Noodles when she was younger. If that might be a possibility, order it early on - they are busy. How busy they are is a testament to how popular they are among regulars.
We always arrive by 10.30am - by 11.00am you may be waiting for a table.
Our family loves meeting at Sunny's Seafood for Yum Cha