Nice, comfortable and clean environment to enjoy authentic Chinese dim-sum and dishes. It has been our favorite restaurant for celebrating special events or family gathering.
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Went for dim sum at lunch. Delicious! It’s the traditional way where they push carts and you select what you’d like. From sumai to har gow (spelling?), they have a wonderful selection. If you want to try something and don’t see it, you can just...More
Good for large groups. Eat Chinese style - share the platters and order steamed rice. This restaurant had some ups and downs over the many years it's been around but bottom line is that it is usually quite good and still OK when they are...More
As this food was meant for a hospital patient and our family, we would have appreciated soya sauce, plum sauce for the egg rolls and utensils. This restaurant must have changed hands recently. The food used to be much better.
This is a good choice for a large group, or with kids. Dishes keep coming, but are limited in variety and imagination. Service is sometimes unfriendly. If going,I suggest you reserve. We will look for other options and not return.
Went there on Christmas Day, the place was half empty yet we were told that we would have to wait 90 minutes for a table. Went to Chu Sing across the street instead and discovered a pearl!
The atmosphere was fun....loud and busy. The food hot, fresh and delicious. A great spot for Xmas Even dinner for the family.
Generally reliable and yummy dim sum. This time we had some off-tasting har gow. The staff did not charge us for those dishes and handled several special à la carte requests efficiently. I have been coming here for many years with my family and will...More
Beautiful building, but the food came a little cold. My son loved the carts and I liked the variety, but it was vast. The prices weren't cheap either, and I was feeding 5 people.