The praise dance group from Richmond Chinese Alliance Church has dim sum lunch at the end of each month. There is also an extra 30 minutes of revision time at the end of the regular time table.
We went to Royal Seafood Restaurant for dim sum lunch at the end of September.
One of the attendant brought her own tea leaves for us to try. The name of the tea is literary translated to “Big Red Robe”.
The “red” tea was smooth and pleasant. Thank you for the sharing.
Since it’s already close to noon, we ordered mostly items from the kitchen. We could smelled the salted fish when the above Diced Chicken, Salty Fish & Pineapple Fried Rice arrived at the table.
The Free Range Chicken in Mustard Sauce really opens up your nose. It is great for people with stuffy nose.
Spareribs in Black Pepper Sauce was tender but not easy to share because of the bones.
Beef Tendon & Beef Tripe in XO Sauce was saucy.
I like the crispy noodle in the above Shredded Pork Chow Mien.
Pan Fried Taro Cake was loaded with creamy taro.
Chicken Bun with Mushroom is a medium dim sum at $4.95.
Sticky Rice in Lotus Leaf Wrap is a large dim sum at $5.95.
The sticky rice has dried scallop in it.
Pan Fried Halibut with Supreme Soy Sauce can never goes wrong.
Pan Fried Mixed Mushroom Rice Noodle, another filler.
Plain Rice Roll was silky smooth. There was a confusion on this order as the server marked on our order sheet as delivered but the order was never deliver to our table at all. After a few times of checking, it finally arrived, but it was cold.
The last dish to arrive was the Steamed Eggplant with Dried Shrimp. The sauce was great, with some crunchiness from some preserved vegetable (“tung choi”).
We threw in the plain rice roll into the leftover sauce to flavour them.
The meal came to $12.75 per person.