We came here for lunch on a Saturday to try the dim sum and can’t believe how many different dishes we were able to try. For a Michelin star restaurant, it is excellent value that some of the smaller dishes and dim sum are £2-3, which means you can try a huge range of dishes. Some of our favourites were the prawn cracker, the tea egg, the sesame puff (which was unlike anything we’d ever eaten before), and as other reviewers have mentioned the duck yolk custard bun was incredible. The cocktails were also beautifully designed. For two of us, the meal came to around £130 which we thought was excellent value for the equivalent of a three course meal, drinks, and coffee and petits four. The service was also very friendly and the atmosphere was relaxed and welcoming.
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