We are back again to try the dim sum brunch. This promotion was introduced since May this year. At $48++ per head, the spread was quite good.
There were traditional pushcart dim sum, po piah (spring roll) and kueh pie ti (crispy shell with raddish filling), corn and crab soup, chili crab with deep fried buns (mantou), laksa, salads and more.
We liked the chili crab, dim sums, rojak, laksa and satays. Fried carrot cake and kway teow were also good. For desserts we liked the local flavored ice creams like pandan and teh tarik.
It was good to be back to dine at this beautiful establishment as the last we were here, tried their ala carte menu. We will be back again!