If you have anyone you’re looking to impress with a fancier dim sum joint, you could do worse than Yu Seafood. The restaurant itself is quite a bit more sleek than your average dim sum place, and the presentation of the dishes is a bit snazzier.
And of course, it also has the prices to match — it’s not outrageous, but it’s noticeably more expensive than the norm.
The food is all solid, though nothing quite blew me away. I think pretty much everything was slightly (or more than slightly) underseasoned.
One of their specialties is the visually striking Bamboo Charcoal & Egg Yolk Bun. It looks impressive and tastes pretty good, but the molten custard filling was broken; it was lumpy and oily.
Everything I tried was quite tasty — but given the hefty pricing, it’s not quite as amazing as you’d hope.