This is one of those yum cha places without the red carpet, without the mirrored walls and without the slippery dance floor. The disappointment of this is relieved by the fact that at night there is karaoke, there is billiards, and I'm thinking there are some cut sick dance moves at the sports bar.
It is all you can eat for $23, including endless tea.
So we ate as much as we could.
Dumpling after dumpling after dumpling were generally very good. The prawn was real and cooked well, the ginger fresh and the rice of the dumplings rather glutinous. The congee was not bad and I didn't dare touch the tofu but the boys said it was good.
I don't eat chinese desserts so asked for feedback. One of the boys said "well I ate two mango puddings so they can't be that bad".
Look it won't be the best yum cha you will ever have but it does the job and you will return satisfied.