Yes, it's a zoo on the weekends. The joint is jumping, but calling ahead got us a table immediately on arrival, and the great dim sum just kept on coming.
Incredible variety and a myriad of sauces. Plump chicken feet, abalone in sticky rice laced with pork, you name it, they have it.
Pricing is weird. Just some alphabetical code. And don't try going to their website. Not even clear if you read Chinese.
Some dim sum is offered by roaming wait staff, but there is also a large check-off menu, so things are brought directly to your table. Oddly, our desert dish arrived before anything else.
Plentiful, attentive multitasking waiters. Noise level a tad high, and the energy is fever-pitched.
But, if you are looking for tasty and authentic dim sum, this is the place to be.
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