I got to know this Nettune Hong Kong Dim Sum from a food programme aired on a local Chinese channel three years ago. And since then, I have been here for the third time.
The dim sums here are made by a fellow Hong Konger, and I thought dim sum sizes are proportional to the price ($2.50 onwards for 3 pieces per plate). There are about 20 varieties being offered. If you want to have a good and simple dim sum, here is the place (long queue on weekends).
Don’t mind the messy shredded filo pastry, the prawn balls (stuffed with a whole prawn hidden)were bouncy and delightful.
Four portions cost $10.50 all together. This is what I call cheap-and-good eat.”]
The carrot cake was homemade, free of preservatives, crispy outside and soft inside, tasted really good (vegetable oil was used).
A few stalls away from the carrot cake stall. Pretty nice, inside, there was even a soft pandan leaf to add fragrance to the drink.