Siu Mai, Har Gow (prawn dumplings)
The siu mai was delicious, they were big in size and contained a good mixture of meats.
Chinese beef meat balls with vinegar, Rice with a meat & mushroom filling wrapped in a leaf and Steamed
Not pictured is the Char-siu buns and egg tarts that we had (I was so busy eating that I forgot to take photos). The total bill for 8 dishes came to $54.95 which leans towards the expensive side for yum cha in Sydney. I'm not sure what they charge for the tea but 8 dishes for $55.00 averages just under $7.00 per dish. For yum cha regulars you will find that Kam Fook Bondi contains a big selection of different dumplings but not so much the traditional dishes like tripe, congee or chicken feet etc.
The place is bright and modern and the seating is comfortable. Parking is free for the first 2 hours at Westfield Bondi Junction.
Kam Fook Bondi
Shop 6010, Level 6,
Westfield Shopping Centre
Joo Oxford Street
Phone: (02)9386 9889