As you walk into the restaurant, the first thing you notice is the frenetic pace of activity - tables being cleared in a matter of seconds, waitresses whizzing past you and the almost bazaar like gathering around the dimsum station. The experience is overwhelming and it does take a minute or so for you to get your bearings right. But once you've settled down, you enjoy what this place really has to offer - good, affordable food. The dimsum station offers a lot of variety, everything from chicken feet (for the more adventurous) to pork dumplings for the uninitiated, and portions are reasonably priced (~R 18 for a portion of 4 dumplings). The restaurant also offers an a la carte menu in case you're not a dimsum person. The Sizzling Chicken in Black Bean Sauce with egg fried rice is a must have. All in all, a very interesting experience if you can look past the boring decor and the general lack of flair.
One last piece of advice - if you want to have a relaxed Sunday lunch, reach the restaurant well before 12:30 pm. The place gets really busy between 12:30 and 1 wherein it becomes practically impossible to get hold of a table without a 15-20 minute wait. You can go later as well but don't make plans to reach there after 2 pm as most of the food finishes by then and the staff tries to rush you through your meal (The kitchen closes by 2:30 pm)