I've been promoting this place for years to friends, but it has not caught on with the international crowd. The locals know how great it is and always pack in at mealtime, especially weekend lunch.
They do seafood, pork, and duck, of course, but their forte is the dim sum, aka Yum Cha. Just have coffee and a roll for breakfast at your hotel and then come here at about 11 for a sublime feed of Cantonese delicacies and staples.
No English, but don't be deterred. The staff will help you. Don't be shy about pointing to what other diners have ordered. Be sure to have a pot of Tieguanyin tea with your meal.
This is a traditional Cantonese restaurant, and the first teapot you get just has hot water for doing the ritual re-washing of your dishes and utensils at the table. Just watch your neighbors, and imitate them. Waitress will bring a discard basin.
This fine restaurant is on the second floor of a mixed-use building almost directly across the street from the Beverly Plaza Hotel. Prices are reasonable; they have not been inflated for tourists. This is a locals restaurant.
I come here every time I'm in town and have never been disappointed. It's always humming and bustling 热闹。 The food is always outstanding.
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