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by Wendy (subscribe)
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Published May 8th 2016
Storm Village on Broadway is situated on the fringe of Sydney's CBD. I was attracted to this shop because of its attention-grabbing shop name and its prominent display of the food menu on the shop front.

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Storm Village on Broadway

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The food menu is prominently displayed at the shop front

Tempted by the delicious-looking food, I was prompted with a desire to trial the food. When venturing into the shop, I was delighted to find out that it's nicely decorated, interestingly with a unique name given to each table. The table layouts and sizes are pretty good, enabling diners to enjoy the food comfortably.

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The shop is nicely decorated

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The store interior is quite spacious

The food menu offers a wide variety, including appetisers, dim sum, main courses and desserts. As dumplings are my favorites, I ordered a few to satisfy my taste buds including steamed scallop and prawn dumplings ($8.80), steamed pork and prawn dumplings (commonly known as shu mai - $7.80), and steamed cake with red bean paste ($6.80). The food was not served quickly but I was glad that the waiting time for the food was well justified. The dumplings were well presented and beautifully cooked. And the dessert came with the right amount of sweetness.

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Delicious dim sum
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Why? The restaurant offers great choices to satisfy the taste buds of dim sum lovers
When: Monday-Sunday (11am - 10pm)
Phone: 02 8387 7416
Where: 163 Broadway, Ultimo, New South Wales 2007
Cost: The dumplings range from $6 to $10 per dish appropriately
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