Koi Garden is now called Koi Palace. This was my first time at this location and it was average at best for dim sum. In the future, I'll have to try it for dinner and maybe the results will be different. As others have mentioned, be prepared for a long wait especially on the weekends. We had 7 in the party and were seated in the other dining room (you have to go back outside and make a left). We had the usual dim sum: ha gau, shui mai, lo mai gai, steamed meat balls, etc. Maybe I'm being too picky but the skin of the ha gau (and the BBQ pork, beef and shrimp churn too) shouldn't be too thick, the shui mai should be a little larger, and the steamed meat balls should have a little more flavor. I expect this type of quality at this restaurant since the Daly City location is consistently rated as one of the best Chinese restaurants in the Bay Area.
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