It's a nice place with really comfy decor, red velvet drapes and modern decor. Upstairs there's a private glassed-in room shaped like a gazebo in the middle of the room for a group of maybe 6 or so. Interesting, comfy atmosphere.
The dim sum was inexplicable expensive for what it is. The other food seemed in line.
Busy place on a weekend. Don't be surprised to have to wait even with reservations. If that bothers you, then don't bother. We nearly walked out to go elsewhere.
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