When one craves for authentic Chinese Dim Sum in the middle of the desert, where to go?
Of course by Lee Lee International Supermarket --- which is
one of the most popular Asian hangout spots around here.
Service was excellent (though it helps that their servers remember my family).
Even before we were fully seated, all the ladies with their dim sum carts crowded around us.
These ladies really know how to up-sell and there's definitely no fear of leaving hungry here.
I fully enjoyed their Chrysanthemum & Pu'er Tea (mixed together);
although you can request other types of tea as well (Tea service is currently $1.95 per person).
Custard bun with coconut flake topping.
Some of the Dim Sum Spread.
Stir-fry noodles with beansprouts.
A few of their many desserts.
They carry two types of Egg Tarts (Hong Kong & Portuguese-style).
Overall I thought Phoenix Palace's food was pretty good all across the board and you get value for your money as each Dim Sum dish ranged from:
$2.90, $3.25, $3.85, $5.95.
We ended up with a total of 17 plates ordered (with lots of left overs for
3 adults and 2 children) which came out to $62 after tax & before tips.
(I didn't feature all the dishes just in case you thought I had trouble counting). ;)
I was quite impressed by their extensive variety of menu items
and recommend a visit.