They do it old school, the usual trolley and of after so long of ordering like as if it was ala carte..this trolley system tested my patience once in a while..
We had "cha wong"..the last time i had it..i remembered it came in two pots whereby once the tea was lightly infused, it would be poured over to an empty pot..no more such a treatment..hmmm
Har Gau "Shrimp Dumpling"..what you see is pretty typical hong kong dimsum..real old school..tastewise is pretty good although my tastebuds has been spoilt by even grander dim sum, so this place brings me back old memories..
Shiu Mai Wong "King Shu Mai" haha..this are pretty luxurious..and the siu mai tastes so good since it has pork inside..i had enough of fish paste siu mai..those halal ones..uumph!
Pumpkin pastry..but to me it was more shrimp..i couldnt find my pumpkin..no pun intended "Precious Pea"..
Cheong Fun..the dried belacan alike is sinful..my parents used to ask them for a small plate of it and replace it with the usual sweet and chili sauce..
Compared to the Marriott porridge, the porridge here is so fine you cant taste or feel any sort of grain...heard it so fine as if its blended..well it was all good to me..
Looks like although i didnt get a chance to try that awesome duck in Klang..i made up by ordering a portion of roasted duck..there was barely any fats..the skin was crispy without the fats..so it made it less guilty for me hehe..
Just to show you proof that this is non-halal...so considerate to put it in all their cutlerys, bowls and plates..
Another hotel quality, albeit very old school Hong Kong dimsum..i think i had enough of luxurious Sunday brunches..so it will be sometime before i post a dimsum entry again..unless i manage to find my "Char leong"...A decent 7.8 out of 10...worth giving it a try..