I must have got caught up in the food or else the endless trips to take Ted to visit the live lobsters in the tanks out front because I didn’t manage to get pictures of all the dim sum or the rice dishes we ordered. But take it from me they were very good. I ordered the steamed prawn and chive dim sum but also tried one with scallops and another with pork. At thirty pounds a head this was more than I’d usually expect to pay for the amount of Chinese food we ate but the setting and the quality of food were a very high standard.
We left, as Beth described it, “80% full” which if you are doing Ten in 10 like I am, was a good thing. I dread being invited to restaurants when on a diet but managed to enjoy my meal here without feeling like I’d sacrificed the previous fortnight’s efforts.