went here on labor day with family. we waited about 30 mins for our table, before we were seated. they didn't have anyone pushing food carts. instead you place your order on a sheet and turn it in to the wait staff, which is a plus because of better freshness. we ordered the usual dim sum items:
hao gao, shu mai, pan fried turnip cake, steamed meatballs, noodle wrapped with bread, rice congee, bbq pork buns, steamed dumplings, chicken feet, egg tarts.
everything was very good, hot, and fresh. i cannot say the same about the service, which was pitiful. it took forever for our teapots to get refilled and they forgot our last order of shu mai. they also failed to calculate our bill, after which we just went up to the cash register to close the bill.
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