First up, we had Ha Kau (prawns wrapped with a thin sheet pork dumplings).
Then we had Siu Mai (pork and lard wrapped in a thin sheet of flour) and it’s usually yellow in colour. But our Siu Mai is wrapped with seaweed.
Don't be disappointed. Here comes the yellow Siu Mai.
You can find 2 prawns inside each one of these fried "stuff". If you order this plate of fried "stuff", the waiter will give you Mayonnaise sauce as well.
This is a MUST TRY if you plan to eat here. Their Tan Tart (egg tart) rocks man. Very delicious.
The next one is Rachel's favourite. I didn't try it because it's not my favourite. As simple as that. Muahaha...
This Loh Bak Kou (carrot cake).
This is Loh Mai Kai (Steamed sticky/glutinous rice with fillings of pork and mushroom). This is one of the dish that I will order everytime I have Dim Sum for breakfast.
As for this bowl of porridge...Sze Mei said it's tasteless and I'm not sure about that. Maybe her tastebud went cuckoo after hours of working.
This is another MUST TRY food. Their baked pau, or chan pau is filled with juicy pieces of pork and barbequed sauce.
As for this plate of Chee Cheong Fun, nothing to shout about. Tasted so so only.