This is the second time I've been to this restaurant for dim sum, and while the food is good, what's listed on the menu isn't always available. I like when the waiters push around little carts with food, so all you have to do is point. No worries about language barriers. At this restaurant, you order the dim sum off a menu (no pictures). Wait staff was willing to describe the menu items, which I appreciate, but after we ordered, it was very hard to get the attention of the servers.
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