had to drink beer to get rid of bad taste. Did not have dim sum for a while, after reading some good reviews, so decide to go to this restaurant for lunch. Not very tasty dim sum and had to wash down with beer after lunch. Never visit again. btw bad first impression: a couple just walked in and sat at a table just being cleaned when there were groups of people waiting in line. Bad mannered, then again way too common.
Exceptionally quick service, tasty delicacies, and elegant decor make patrons feel like royalty without making them pay exorbitant prices..
The auspicious "double good luck" sign and phoenix-dragon decorations seem to be doing their jobs--this restaurant attracts daily flocks of hungry locals willing to wait in long lines. The simple white tablecloths are offset by marble pillars and large fish tanks along the walls. During lunch, diners are offered a choice of tea as soon as they are seated, then left to select bite-size dishes from traveling carts pushed by eager, though not pushy, servers. Familiar dim sum favorites are given delicious twists--pork shiu mai comes with a Chinese sausage garnish instead of the usual mushroom. Although it's easy to overeat, save room for sesame balls, mango pudding and other selections from the dessert cart.
Very interesting food. I only tried the dim sum and really like it. The restaurant was full of people and have to queue. But we didn't have to wait for that long even there are around 7 people before us. It depends on table size too. The place is full of chinese so other race might feel out of place. There will be people pushing carts with different type of dim sum and other food. So all we have to do is just sit and they'll stop by and let us choose whatever food we want. Then they'll stamp the dim sum coupon to indicate what we have eaten. Will go again this weekend.
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