Me and my wife is an avid fan of ur chicken feet the best in town...my daughter is starting to appreciate dimsum food too specially if its from tsim sha tsui...we would always come back when we are in the city...
Ate with my wife, newly wed cousin and his wife. We ate off the a la Carte menu. Lots of good easy to love Dimsum favorites. Top on my list has the Har gaw, quail egg siomai and their signature steamed fried rice. The service was excellent and fast. Based on the reviews I've read, I'm guessing they really listened and improved. Looking forward to dining here again if ever I end up in Cebu anytime soon.
Tsim Sha Tsui is similar to Dimsum and I love it! Love their food and I love how fast all food are served. You can also choose from buffet style to regular eating style. Which is way better especially for people who’re indecisive whether to eat buffet or not.
Fast service and friendly staff! If you want to get away from the crowded Harbour and eat in peace, I'd really recommend this place! Maybe quite expensive compared to Harbour but this place tastes better so there's nothing much to debate about.
Already went here multiple times and I love all the food I tried. I ordered from their a la carte menu and everything was good. However, I keep coming back for their conveyor-style all-you-can-eat buffet. Dimsum is to die for - you can really see and taste the shrimp and meat on their dim sum. Malacca rice is spicy enough and yummy. I didn't get the other food that comes free such as the soup since I was always full because of the dimsum and vegetable spring rolls overload. The chicken feet and meat spring rolls are not that good so I always skip those.
The only things I hate about this buffet is they only give one round of iced tea and the buffet table and seat are spaced too tight that diners can easily hit the elbows of the person next to them.
Friendly, well-mannered staff. Their hot tea flavors are a must-try. My personal favorite is the Jasmine tea. It smells so divine. The Yang Chow Fried Rice are stuffed with flavorful ingredients.
My friend brought me here. When I got inside, the ambiance was so nice. They had a separate place for the buffet which is so cool because its like a machine that moves and then you pick whatever food you want, like in the restaurant in Korea and Japan. The staffs were really friendly. Their food is the same as Dimsum Break but the price is higher and for me this is better than Dimsum Break. I didnt order the Steamed Rice because its so cliche, so I ordered something new. I ordered the Malacca fried rice, and I was shocked because it is so good and its also spicy, I like spicy. They have other foods also which is good, they are closely alike to Harbour City
I love Chinese foods and its location at the Terraces is accessible from the parking lot. I love their siomai and steamed rice and those two are the reasons why I frequent dining or taking out from this restaurant.
Resto offered value for money through its eat-all-you-can dimsum. This included 1 glass of iced tea, 1 order of rice (any style in the menu) and 1 order of soup/noodle dish. I loved the fried spring rolls, crab balls, and the ube pudding dessert.
I had to take away points for this one incident. It took time for the congee to be prepared and my baby was hungry. When it was finally served, the congee looked so plain. There was no egg or chicken meat. It was surprising since we regularly visit their Robinsons Cybergate branch and order the same thing.
Last December, we went to Cebu to attend the wedding of my cousin. We had to do some last minute shopping before the wedding so we dropped by Ayala Center. We decided to have a light lunch at Tsim Tsa Tsui.
The place was nicely decorated with oriental-inspired lattice panels. The place was clean and well-maintained. They feature a dimsum conveyor belt which offers unlimited dimsum for P 399.00.
Since we just wanted something light, we did not take advantage of the unlimited dimsum promo and just ordered a few from their selection: Siu Mai (P 78.00), Ha Kao (P 98.00), Jelly Fish (P 78.00), Meat Spring Roll (P 88.00), Crispy Shrimp Balls (P 78.00) and 3 Types of Mushroom with Broccoli in Oyster Sauce (P 78.00). The siu mai and ha kao were steamed to perfection. It was delicious. I specifically ordered jellyfish but I found it too sweet for my taste. The meat spring roll was tasty and the crispy shrimp balls were full of flavor. The mushrooms and broccoli were cooked just right and the sauce was
Incredible. For dessert, we ordered the Coconut Cream (P 58.00). It was creamy and indulging that one serving is not enough.
Overall, the food was excellent. One thing we noticed was that the portions were too small.
The staff were pleasant and accommodating and our orders were delivered right away.
I hope Tsim Tsa Tsui will open a branch here in Manila soon.
Came here to check out the all you can eat dimsum and the rotating conveyor belt.
The food was a little slow but not too bad. Wish they had more steamed stuff. The all you can eat also comes with steamed rice topping and wonton soup. You also get one round of ice tea.
Price is reasonable for all you can eat.
I'm a huge fan of Dimsum - so this place is a favorite!
Their dim sum selection is quite great and you cannot go wrong with their dimsum buffet. If you love siomai and all its other variations - then you better go for their dimsum buffet. You get to sit at the conveyor and just grab any of the dimsum that passes in front of you. Quite fun to do!