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Exceptional Dim Sum One
Last Sunday, my family and I went to Dim Sum One, the famous new Dim Sum restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui. The receptionist was pleasant and hospitable. He greeted and led us to a table for four overlooking the vibrant Victoria Harbour. The restaurant was crowded with people chatting enthusiastically with their companions. There was live music playing in the background, adding cheerfulness to the cozy atmosphere. The chefs diligently making food in the open kitchen could be seen from the dining room. The ambience and service of Dim Sum One set it apart from the normal Chinese restaurants.
The menu had a plenty of food items. We ordered several signature dishes and waited with anticipation. Steamed shrimp dumplings were good. Steamed buns filled with barbecued pork were tasty. Xiao Long Bao – soup dumplings filled with hot pork were savory. The pork was meltingly soft. Accompanied with Jasmine tea, the deep flavour of the meat was brought out. These are real authentic Chinese dishes. However, the spring rolls were overcooked and the pan-fried turnip cakes were burnt over the edges. Overall speaking, the food was deliciously prepared and well-seasoned.
The service was professional and the waiters were friendly. The food was served fast. The bill finally amounted to one thousand dollar, which was quite expensive. In spite of the consideration of price, Dim Sum One is highly recommended to family and friends.