Went here for their weekend dimsum and this is where I'm conflicted. For NJ and dimsum on hot carts, this place is fine. The servers gave you all the food names in English and tried to be hospitable. That is the positive.
On the flip side, nothing is truly great on the dimsum menu and being so close to NYC, you can almost make the case that the ride into the city is worth it. Their prices are also a tad higher than Chinatown and the taste/quality is lower.
So, I will give them 4 stars because when you are craving dimsum and don't feel like going into the city, this is a perfectly acceptable option in NJ. But you won't leave here dreaming about their pork buns or steamed dumplings.
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