Ben and I stopped for dim sum on a Saturday morning in the middle of our walk.
The parking in this strip mall is always a nightmare. It’s a good thing that we walked here.
There was a 20 minutes wait for us. Ben loves the above painting in the restaurant. It’s called “Along the River During the Qingming Festival”. It represents the daily life of people and the landscape of the capital Bianjing (known as Kaifeng today) from the Northern Song period.
The dim sum here is of the push cart style. You get to see what you want before ordering. Here is what we had; Steamed Chicken Feet. I love the fall off the bones skin which is rich in collagen.
Steamed Bean Curd Skin Wrap. It has pork and some vegetables (carrot, asparagus) in it.
Ben picked the Sticky Rice with Chinese Sausage.
We ended our meal with a dessert item which is Water Chestnut Cake. The water chestnuts add crunchiness to it.
I think the dim sum items are $3.00 each with $1 tea charge per person. This is one of the cheapest dim sum around Richmond.