This outlet has branched out from Mainland China. So, other than Chinese delicacies, they have food from all of South East Asia and even Japan. The ambience and the service is as always at par with other speciality restaurants. It is completely up class. This place has an open kitchen and the sound from the stirring in the woks and the steam coming out of the dim sum baskets excites you while you wait for your order. The dim sums are delicate and the 'Edamame Dumpling' with truffle oil has a subtle earthiness to it. 'Thai Chicken Dumplings' are a tad bit spicy but flavoured in kaffir lime, they are just delicious. 'Smoked Duck Rolls' are spring rolls with crispy duck shredded with lettuce and other sauces. 'Lemongrass flavoured Fried Rice' has a nice hint of lemongrass and it goes very well with hot and spicy 'General Tao’s Favourite Chicken'.