We were curious about this establishment because it's always full. We didn't realize they served dim sum "a la cart," but decided to try it out. The only person who spoke English was the greeter. She explained that servers walk about the restaurant with food items. When they come to your table, you can choose what you want to eat. Basically, dim sum is food wrapped in dough, which is cooked in many different ways, such as, fried, boiled, steamed, etc. I love dumplings, so I was excited to try them. Some of the items did not look appetizing, but we were willing to experience something different. We were pleasantly surprised. The chef knows what he's doing in that kitchen. Everything was delicious. My kids even enjoyed it. The only drawback is that the servers don't speak English, so it was difficult to ask them to explain each item. I can't tell you what I ate, but definitely try the item wrapped in a large leaf and tied with a string. Inside is rice with ground pork. Don't eat the leaf. Everything else was great. Personally, I didn't enjoy an item that was round, somewhat thin, wrapped in a thick, slightly opaque dough filled with a green vegetable. Beware of purchasing a can of soda. It's $3.95. After a certain time, food is served by wait staff. You do have the option of ordering from a regular menu, then. We were able to order Sesame Chicken with broccoli. It was awesome! Some of the wait staff do speak English.