Compiled some shots from other sites of the dim/tim sum that I ate in Ming Court Hong Kong.
Worth mentioning are:
The 'har kau' can be eaten (daintly) in one bite. What is so spectacular about the 'har kau' here is that the sweetness of the fresh prawn can really be tasted!
The 'char siew pau' skin is really thin and the dark sauced BBQ pork filling is so tasty. I only wished I had more than one!
The porridge was also really good. It was really thick and sweet with oysters, salted eggs. century eggs and (etc.). I didn't manage to hear what the waitress said was in the porridge.
The yam with pork filling was also really excellent. It was not too oily. And the yam was soft enough with the first bite and then the pork in the middle was so tender yet chewy enough to bite!
All in all, EXCELLENT! I do think it is better than Foh San!