|View from back patio|
The restaurant is situated on Route 110 with a beautiful scenery of the Merrimack River. (I know.. who would have thought the Merrimack River would be scenic?)
The clientele for the buffet today was all Chinese families with the exception of one table.
The buffet offers a variety of steamed shumai's, wontons, and buns along with other typical dishes like fried tofu, rice congee and chicken feet.
|Steam Shumai and Wontons|
They didn't have the steamed pork spareribs, which is one of our favorite dim sum dishes. They did offer non-traditional dim sum entrees such as fried peppers crabs, chicken wings, fried rice, ho fun and hot and sour soup, just to name a few. They also had an assortment of sweets including moon cakes, sesame balls and tofu in syrup.
The food was not consistent. The shumai's and wontons were really tasty but I was disappointed with the BBQ pork buns. The meat filling was dry and bland compared to the sweet gooey texture that I am accustomed to. Although I didn't have any rice congee, the Mo commented that it was really good. The other non dim sum foods were delicious.
Overall, the buffet hits the spot for a quick dim sum fix without spending much money. I would suggest going into Woburn or Chinatown for an authentic dim sum experience with the rolling carts if time is not an issue.
|Assortment of steamed goodies|
|The Mo's rice congee with sriracha chili sauce with fried dough|
|Fried Shrimp tofu roll and pork and chive wonton|
|Fried Rice, Fried Clams and Mai Fun|
|Tofu in Syrup|