Thanks to its opulent design of oriental leanings, Cherry Garden’s appeal is immediate and timeless. Two red lanterns front the entrance, evoking a sense of nostalgia. Its stately gate whisks you away to foregone dynasties. Soft lighting, along with wooden furniture and upholstered chairs, sets the tone for an intimate session.
The restaurant plies you with a wide assortment of gingerly-crafted Cantonese dim sum amidst a repertoire of soups, staples, seafood, meats and desserts. There are over 45 items to choose from, such as Steamed Pork Siew Mai with Baby Abalone; Sautéed Hong Kong Young Vegetables with Garlic; Braised Ee-fu Noodles with Nameko mushrooms, Silver Sprouts and Chives; and Braised Beef Fillet with Five Spices.