Dumplings & Noodle Lunch @ Yu - Burswood, Perth
The first course was an assorted Dim Sum Basket. No explanation was given about what variety of dumplings were served. Other than the distinctive Siew Mai and Har Gao, I guessed what the others were from their shapes and colour. Counter clockwise from top left: Siew Mai (pork dumpling), Har Gao (prawn dumpling), Prawn & Carrot Dumpling and Sharks Fin Dumpling (based on the shape of the dumpling).
Upon closer inspection of the Dim Sum, I couldn't help but notice that the dumplings were not well-shaped (a sign that they had been made by inexperienced hands). The skin of the Har Gao (Prawn Dumpling) was too thick and it didn't help that the prawns were not well-seasoned. The other 3 dumplings were bland and non-distinctive in flavour (ie. all tasted the same). This ranks highly as one of the worst Dim Sum I ever had.
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