Dim Sum Square is extremely popular with what seems to be a decent mix of tourists, expats, and locals, so expect to wait. Once you are seated, the service is pretty quick. No carts here: Simply mark down what you want on the menu, and chow down when it arrives.
Nothing was as spectacular as we'd been expecting, but it was all good enough—with the possible exception of the soup dumplings, which were more dumpling than soup. Prices were acceptable.
The main advantage of Dim Sum Square in our view is that they serve dim sum all day, whereas other restaurants might stop serving these dishes in the evening.
Top tip: Make sure to order a side of Chinese broccoli—with your green bases covered, you can now order whatever else you please!