Went in one Monday afternoon there were only three cards no one would talk to us had to go ask for a menu food was very expensive and not that great
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There are 2 places in Houston that come close the amazing dim sum I had in Hong Kong: Fung's Kitchen and E-Tao in the Galleria. The experience of eating at Fung's is closest to actually traveling to Hong Kong. Make sure you go with a...More
I visited this restaurant yesterday, the place was packed and it took us about 30 minutes to get seated but it was worth the wait. The best dim sum in H-town. Service is efficient and all the dishes we tried we fabulous.
The food tasted freshly cooked and was well-executed to my taste. I especially liked the fried taro with pork with its whimsical presentation (kind of like a punk-rockers hair on top), the vegetarian tofu skin rolls, and the jellyfish salad. The overall atmosphere was pleasant:...More
If you are one who enjoys dim-sum,, this is definitely one place to hit up in Houston. Busy means it favorable and it was jam packed while we were there but they seemed pretty quick getting to the tables for food choices. We spent a...More
I haven't had dim sum for many years since San Francisco. That was he best and this was even better! The Peking duck was amazing (they're known for it apparently). Sticky rice, yellow noodles- everything was wonderful. Our service was excellent and our waiter had...More
We really enjoyed our meals here. The dim sum was delicious and plentiful. Each entrée we ordered was served piping hot and as the dish was put on the table, the waitress explained what it was.
I've been eating here for about 25 years. They started small and keep growing; the food never gets boring. They quit serving tilapia when everyone else was selling the farmed stuff; since people didn't want to pay the higher price, they simply stopped offering it....More
We have been to this restaurant many times. However, we've not been there for Dinsum for lunch for quite sometime. We went there for lunch and was pleasantly surprised by the great many new dishes there, like the teapot with black chicken soup, etc. we...More