This Michelin star dim sum specialist has been ranked on the top list since then. Given that they only serve a limited number of Cantonese dim sums at the restaurant, there must be something that brought up the popularity. First, it is their signature – baked barbecue pork bun. The bun, with a sweet crust, is so fluffy and stuffed with sweetened char siu pork. The filling is not gluey and paste-like but with real bites of bbq pork. Follow by the tender spare ribs seasoned with traditional black bean sauce. The chicken feet also have soft and chewy texture, braised in soy-based abalone sauce. The grilled capsicum is stuffed with fish paste, which is perfect to serve with sweet soy sauce too. Lastly, we have a basket of steamed shrimp and veggie dumplings, wrapped in crystal-like wrappers that are glutinously soft and translucent.
Baked Bun with BBQ Pork
Steamed Sparerib with Black Bean Sauce
Braised Chicken Feet with Abalone Sauce
Pan Fried Green Pepper Filled with Mixed Fish & Pork
Steamed Chinese Spinach Dumplings Filled with Shrimp