Went here for lunch with a friend on a Sunday, there weren't many people. We ordered the dim sum menu. All of the dim sum is home made and they look fantastic. I don't eat a lot of meat (only chicken and fish) and the staff was very accomodating to that, me and my friend sometimes got served different items. They serve the dim sum in courses and it was very filling. Of one of the dim sum (filled with chicken) we wondered if it was cooked enough, because it was a bit pinkish inside, but otherwise everything was really good. It was a bit of a cold day, so we chose to sit in the back and after asking, the waitress closed one of the doors for us (because there was a draft). The place is a bit expesnive and not your everyday Chinese restaurant, but for a special occasion it's a nice option. I guess during weekdays, it would also be a good option for business lunches.