When the boyfriend and I had our usual “Us Sunday” two weekends ago, where Sundays are only spent alone and cellphones are ignored just in case family and friends text/call (sorry Mom!), we watched Sherlock Holmes at Ayala before heading out to dinner. Instead of our favorite ribs at Casa Verde, we headed to this new place at the Ayala Terraces Cebu, Tsim Sha Tsui and spelled just like the streets in Yau Tsim Mong district in Kowloon, Hongkong.
I remember getting lost at Tsim Sha Tsui in Hongkong before because I had a hard time pronouncing the place but the Tsim Sha Tsui waitress at the Terraces Cebu was quick enough to help us say, “Jim Sa Joy”. Make it sound like your a local and hope for the best.
Boasting of its fuchsia and green bursts of color which Cebu fashion designer Phillip Rodriguez designed, the dimsum and tea bar has its own all-you-can-eat dimsum buffet at their conveyor belt.
Just because Tsim Sha Tsui means sandy mouth ironically signifies you will go home otherwise because the menu lists down your favorite dimsum dishes such as chicken feet, quail egg siomai, chicken feet, steamed chicken, sweet and sour pork and my favorite yanchow rice.
What the waitress didn’t tell us was that their P350 All-You-Can-Eat buffet only includes 10% of what they have on their menu and I certainly do not want to eat sio mais for the entire night. Quite disappointing, really. We should have just ordered ala carte and paid for the same price but still lavishly busog!
Oh I just had to pose! Hahaha. Three stars out 5. I’d still want my Ding Qua Qua and Harbour City Dimsum. 🙂