With a footprint of 4000 square feet and normal capacity of 123 seated, plus 15 bar stools, this is not your usual cramped dim sum corner shop. No, it’s a rare excursion into local cuisine by the estimable Aqua Group with all the stylish razzamatazz and clever design that entails. A crack team of Chinese chefs has been put together, with an emphasis on “up-dated” dim sum, which is served all day. Results are generally tip top with wagyu puffs, truffle har gao and ginger lobster bao, all garnering plaudits. Yes, they’re not afraid to use luxury ingredients, hence lobster, truffle, foie gras, and this is reflected in the price. Not everything delivers as accusations of over-salted or unbalanced, over-sweet saucing testifies. A memorable experience nonetheless.