Century Palace Dim Sum
Nelson: This location is apparently good for kids because it is very spacious. Now I appreciate this point more so then when I first went here.Let's check out the Dim Sum.
The standard siu mai. Typical.
|Bean curd rolls. Fried pretty good.|
|Some people at our table really love chicken feet.|
|Rice Roll with shrimp.|
|Shrimp rolls. We let this get cold so it wasn't very good. So can't really pass proper judgement.|
|This flat pancake thing was too dry and therefore not very good.|
|Congee. Don't think I had any.|
|Deep fried shrimp in wonton wrappers with mayo. Pretty good as it usually is.|
|Har Gow. They stuck together and the skin broke apart. Fail.|
|Fried noodles. It was way way way too oily. It was also inconsistently cooked with some parts raw and other parts burnt. They shouldn't have served this to customers. Dislike.|
|These ribs were sweet and delicious. This was the best dish of the meal.|
|Egg Tart. I like this type with the flaky shell. Had to get two orders of course.|
|Sticky Rice. I don't like this version with the egg yolk stuff making up most of the filling.|
|Pork Steam Rice. A favourite of mine, but this one wasn't that great. It was lacking something.|
|Pork and squash with black bean. Don't see this everywhere, it was ok.|
Mah Lai Goh. Cake that is steamed instead of baked.
Overall, I would say this dim sum place is slightly below average. It does have a nice space though and is convenient to bring your family to.
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