We had wanted to order ala carte but heard there was a new dim sum buffet they have recently started to offer.
Variety wise, dim sum options were limited. They have the usual Ha Gow, Siew mai, chicken feet, 腐皮卷, but it's disappointing they do not offer porridge, steamed prawn / char siew noodle roll. Desserts were also basic, though herbal jelly was definitely refreshing to have.
We would be back for their other dishes, not dim sum.