Environment is good. But food is not good comparing to lots of the Chinese dim sum restaurants around Auckland region. If you don't book in advance, you might need to wait at least half hour during weekends. In terms of the price, it's quite high comparing to it's food quality.
Under new management and have changed their trade name. Nicer ambience with better quality food. Enjoyed the family lunch, had a good time
An amazing experience, food is DELICIOUS, fresh. Absolutely 10/10 Customers Service. New Owners amazingly beautiful. Atmosphere so inviting feeling wanting to stay forever. Portions great, me and hubby shared. Definitely making this place my GO TO to just eat great, quality, food in an great place. TY
After a bad start, 11 Dim Sum seems to have got it's act together. Initially, the food was terrible and the service was really bad when they first opened. However, the food and service is much better now. The dumplings are a decent size and the deep fried squid got the 9 year old's approval. Lovely decor and crockery but this place is pricey compared to some of the stalwarts of Auckland's yum cha scene. Medium dishes are $7.90 and large are $8.90.
Popped in at 1:45 on Saturday. Although Yum Cha finishes at 2:30, there was a queue at the door. Fully packed but seemed well managed by hard-working staff. Awesome atmosphere with a modern touch. Loved their delectable food and pleasant service, a bit pricey, tho.