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Thursday, 04 May 2023

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Soo

Looks like a delicious meal!

Cathy

It was a great meal, Soo!

kat

so many delicious dishes!

Sandy

I prefer to order dim sum from the menu instead of depending on carts to come by. The business of this restaurant is good for dim sum!

TFD

The dessert looks amazing!

Cathy

It was difficult to whittle down what we wanted, Kat. We kind of ordered 'safe' items for this first visit. The fried taro ball with scallop, turnip cake with eggs as well as the baked pineapple buns are on my mental list for next time.
Since Covid-19, the menu ordering is so much more prevalent, Sandy. The carts are fun to watch and the idea of the beverage cart was a first for us, although I am just a hot-tea person. We were here on a Sunday and that is probably a busier day.
The warm tofu was *really* good, TFD. Ginger is a favorite 'sweet' for me.

nhb

My reception was at this place but it was known as Phoenix Dragon.

Cathy

What a small world, Bill! I bet your reception was elegant, with that staircase and large central room! I hope the post brought back good memories for you.

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