Went here as a family group for Sunday lunch. Although we had a booking it didnt seem to make any difference and we still got n Ok. Some of us ordered a bowl of Hot and Sour soup and it was divine, everything it should have been sweet, salty and a little bit sour with lots of pepper to heat it up. For 6 of us we ordered 4 plates of dumplings. 2 steamed and 2 fried. We ordered their special squid ink calamari dumplings as one of the steamed options and although they were more expensive than the others they were the least interesting. I think it would have been a good idea to have these first as the flavour was more subtle than the others. My favourite was the pork and prawn dumpling. Had a glass of 8 treasure tea and enjoyed it. See you next visit to Melbourne.
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