Located on second floor (handicap accessible) with windows facing 8th as well as 55th Street this behemoth keeps up with the other three massive sprawling ground floor dim sum restaurants in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
The food is great. The menu is pretty much the same among all the major dim sum houses with slight variations, and degrees of which may be better.
One thing I did like about my experience is when I asked for white tea they always toss a handful of chrysanthemum flowers into it.. and I keep forgetting to tell them not to.
An example of differences among the houses is this one doesn't add little bits of ginger to their beef noodle, which I enjoy without the little chunks.
As every one of the houses your wait could be very long if you arrive between 11:00am and 1:00pm.
There is a pay garage underneath, as well as scarce street parking.
There is an elevator to get upstairs.
This restaurant used to be on two floors but much smaller blueprint. It is full owned so the sons and mom you'll see there and you know they keep things moving and usually friendly if you meet them as this business is their livelihood.
As all the houses they also serve dinner which does pretty well prices are competitive.
If you enjoy dim sum you really need to explore and see which house you prefer the food best, because they mostly serve the same stuff (including dinner), and which service you prefer.
Once the staff gets to know you over a few interactions you are greeted and treated better.. not that they won't the first time, but with Chinese the relationship is built on the proverbial three cups of tea.
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