I've been here numerous times for dinner, and food has been largely pretty consistent; nothing amazing, but nothing terribly repulsive. Service, like others have mentioned, are really hit or miss. It really depends on who you get. If you value service, then this might not be the place for you, but yet again, at most Chinese establishments, service isn't a #1 priority.
The last time I was here was for dim sum. It was Husband and I's first time trying out their dim sum. We don't live that far, but somehow, it took us quite some time to make it out here to try out their dim sum.
The verdict? Not bad, really just A-OK. The standouts were the pork and mushroom tofu bean curd roll, pork dumplings (shao mai), fried shrimp balls. The pan-fried turnip radish cake (luo bo gao) was terrible, so don't order that. Dry and too stiff with no flavor, it tasted like you were eating chalk. I cringe just thinking about it. The shrimp dumplings (xia jiao) while good in size and filling, the outside skin was too thick and fell apart once you picked it up. There were also no bamboo shoots mixed in with the shrimp filling, so that made the taste of it have less dimension and texture.
I'd be willing to try out their other dim sum options another time, but it's not something I'm rushing back for. It's a good place if you happen to be in the area.
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