Today, a good chunk of my office headed out for Dim Sum at Victoria in Royal Centre. I know you must be thinking that we're crazy to go for such a big meal after a weekend which was essentially an eating marathon. The truth is, we had an alterior motive: meeting our co-workers new boyfriend. Mwah ha ha ha!
All joking aside, he was lovely, we were nice to him, they make a very cute couple, AND the food was yummy in our tummies.
Things to note: (1) Victoria takes reservations. Take advantage of this because it tends to get busy at lunchtime. (2) This is not the cheapest dim sum meal that you'll ever eat, but it is good. To give you an idea, we had nine people and the cost of the food below was $20/person, tax and tip in.
BBQ pork pie ("1" on the card is equal to 3 "pies" that are then cut in half).
Shrimp dumplings (each basket is "1" on the card).
Glutinous rice in lotus leaf ("1" on the card is equal to three packets).
Pan fried cannelloni (the dish is equal to "1" on the card).
Pork and shrimp dumplings (each basket is "1" on the card).
Crispy spring rolls ("1" on the card is equal to four spring rolls that are then cut in half).
Pan fried pork dumplings ("1" on the card is equal to four dumplings).
Steamed spinach and sliced beef (the bowl is "1" serving).
Steamed minced beef cannelloni (each plate is "1" on the card).
Missing photo: Chicken and seafood chow mein on crispy noodles. (Yummy!)