Fairly ok shrimp dumplings, was expecting the shrimp filling to be a little juicier.
This serving was huge. Radish cubes were lightly seared on the outside, flavoured well with Chinese sausages and sauce.
Too bad no XO sauce was used to bring in more kicks.
Here is an interesting take on the must-have dim sum custard bun.
Instead of the steamed versions, they have pan-fried version.
Chewier bun skin on the outside, it’s different in a good way.
Custard was more buttery and milkier. Pretty good too.
These dumplings were quite big, however, tasted re-fried. You can tell from the texture and colour. Luckily shrimp filling was still bouncy.
I liked the rice wrapping and the puny mango filling inside was juicy.
For carbo round, we had Stir Fried Ee Fu Noodles with mushrooms and truffle oil S$20++. It was only a plain ol’ stir fried noodles without even seafood, only Shimeiji mushrooms and some greens. I guess, we paid a price tag for faint hints of truffle oil. Overall, quite an oily dish.
The ambiance here was somewhat more casual and lack lustre compared to the next door Crystal Jade Dining In.
Service was prompt however rushed.
Dishes were landed in a rushed manner and made the diners feel intimidated, this was how I felt considering I am not a demanding customer.
The dim sum here deserves a visit at least once for sure.
1 HarbourFront Walk
Tel : +65 6376 9555