Just a quick write up on this one and I’ll let the (badly lit) pictures speak for themselves since I’ve written up dim sum restaurants before
and while this was good, it was “normal” in that it didn’t particularly stand
out. It was just good dim sum.
Sticky Rice wrapped in banana leaves
Fried Shrimp dumplings
One of my nieces graduated last month and my cousin Ellen
attended the graduation ceremony with us and was nice enough to give me and my
parents a ride back home as my sister was making the 4-hour drive back to her
house directly afterwards. It was a Tuesday so we figured it would be a good
time to go to Mayflower for dim sum.
My parents and I had tried going to Mayflower on a Sunday
after church but it was ridiculously crowded with people overflowing outside of
the restaurant. Ridiculous. It was much better on a weekday and we were able to
get a table right away.
Steamed Pork Buns
There were only 2 dim sum carts making the rounds but
they did have several waitresses going to each table with a different tray of
dim sum. Fortunately, all of our typical favorites were available: pork buns,
siu mai, har gow and sticky rice. The dim sum was good so Mayflower is a good
option. I don’t think it was so good that I would wait in line to get seated on
a crowded weekend day but for walk in with immediate service, it was great.