Hungry, on Broadway, and this sign appears.
Are you serving Dim Sum? Yes, they say. The place is rich, pristine and we are the only non-Chinese on site. It must be good.
The baked minced pork pie was a novelty - it had a real pie crust and was stuffed with what tasted like a pork stew. Obviously crafted by hand on site, this was a worthwhile dim sum novelty to try.
The dumplings also appeared freshly prepared on site. This steamed black truffle dumpling is a must for truffle lovers. Light, flavourful, fancy.
The watercress with shrimp dumpling was not as novel, but yet very well done.
The gai lan comes in three options - steamed, garlic or fried. The steamed was plain enough, but the quality of the vegetable was very good that it tasted amazing just steamed.
Just for fun, a non-dim sum item was ordered - the appetizer bean curd sheets with mushrooms wrap. It took us by surprise; it was served cold.
A worthwhile discovery.
Dynasty Seafood Restaurant
108-777 Broadway West