Been here a few times and still going strong. Nice atmosphere, benches are uncomfortable after a while. Excellent non-alcoholic drinks and big bottles of Tsingtao.
The food is good - not greasy, unless it is Shanghainese, brilliant spare ribs and very good prawn toasts. Service was spot on.
Dim sum is a brilliant concept, as is service (often a bit lacking in 'authentic' Chinese). All in all, worth a visit - not bad value either.
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