The dim sum was surprisingly good, considering that they were not made daily, but "steamed to order". They tasted quite fresh. We had the old favorites, including BBQ pork buns, spring roll, daikon cake, tofu skin roll, shrimp dumpling, sticky rice wrapped in lotus leave. The only thing that was sub-par was the braised duck feet, which for some reason, were dyed with red food coloring and overly sweet.
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