Glamourous Restaurant entrance
Glamorous restaurant is situated strategically above a large chain Chinese supermarket just off city centre. By far the BEST yum cha place in Manchester in my opinion. But the local ang moh (English people) will beg to differ, to them, Yang Sing in Chinatown symbolises the epitome of Chinese cuisine.
As you can see from the picture above, the entrance is decorated with very eye-catching neon-lit sign-board. The windows were decorated with Christmassy like (or Hari Raya if you like) light décor, fully lit, even in broad daylight. Very glamorous indeed from the outside alone.
There were many goodies on offer, our first order is this steamed chicken with chestnut. The chicken is very tender, delicious even when cold, however, chestnut is not sweet and not soft enough to my liking. Almost forgot to take picture, too eager to tuck in, hehe.
A waiter passed by carrying a tray full of plates of Fried Squid Cake fresh from the kitchen. Looks very appetizing. "One please, waiter."
Squid cake was piping hot, lovely eaten with the Thai style sweet chilli sauce.
One of the highlight from among the dim sum fares. It's called 'thousand shred pastry'. The pastry is made up of many many flaky shreds and the filling made from yet more shreds of white radish. Very moreish. My MUST order.
For dessert we had mango pancake. Fresh mango encased with whipped cream rolled up inside a pancake. The mango is fresh and sweet, I scooped out half the cream to cut down the guilt but it's delicious with the cream!
Hustle and bustle inside the restaurant.
Top left is polo cocktail bun.
Lower right is ham chin peng.