Michelin Star Dim Sum. I’ve had Tim Ho Wan, but what about the others? Back in 2011 and 2012 One Dim Sum was awarded a Michelin Star, making it the restaurant that had the cheapest offerings for Michelin.
Fine and dandy, but is the food worth it? Located near Prince Edward MTR or the Mongkok East MTR, you really need to time your arrival in order not to queue.
Now remember, don’t just join the queue. You need to go inside first and get a queue number or else you will be queuing for nothing! Go inside, get a queue number.
I was alone this time and when I got there at 11:30am the queue was this long. They open at 11:00am.
One of the advantages of being a solo diner is that sometimes they have solo seats. One Dim Sum has a total of one (1) solo seat. And guess who got it? Me, no queuing at all!
It’s small inside, not many tables at all. It’s maybe a 35 seater at most.
The problem with being a solo diner is that you want to try everything. I have my favorites and then there are things I would love to try. So I over order. I didn’t get to order the Fried Egg Sticks w/Honey or the Shimp Vermicelli Rolls or the Chicken Feet or the Baked Char Siew Bao or the Veal Chop or the Congee or the Turnip Cake, well you get the picture.
Here is what I did order though.
What an outstanding dim sum joint. The food is fresh and just awesome. I would come here again in a heartbeat.
No Egg Tarts on the menu though. That’s ok. Tai Cheong is just a short walk away.