- Griffin Swartzell
We also nab three dim sum offerings, the first a pair of jumbo buns ($2.99) stuffed with minced chicken, pork and an unknown orb that produces a bright yellow mustard-looking but not -tasting sauce. No idea — we’re told they’re not made on-site. Sticky rice and chicken in a lotus leaf ($2.99) take on an interesting toasted tea-leaf flavor. Four mini custard buns ($1.99) land pleasantly under-sweet, mostly tasting like the shredded coconut they’re rolled in.