Tried this restaurant on recommendations from several friends. We were not disappointed. Since we weren't familiar with most offerings, we went with the dim sum menu. Figured $4 per plate wasn't that much of a risk. We each ordered three dishes as the waiter recommended, and it was just right for lunch. Everything was very tasty and interesting with some unique flavors, with the exception of the Yukon fries with sesame dip. On that one the fries were okay but ordinary and the dip was more like a thousand island dressing with no sesame flavor that we could detect. The tri tips, emu, coconut shrimp, goat cheese and shrimp on a roll, and Korean BBQ pork were all good.
Also, the restaurant has a very extensive wine list for the size of the place. We had a small carafe of sangria for $11 that was excellent.
Overall ambiance was nice with a pleasant fire going in a centrally-located fireplace and comfortable seating. We had a goodf experience with the service, although the waiter made both of us uneasy since he did not wriite down the order and there were a lot of items to remember. Hiowever, he did not miss a thing - pretty much a perfect lunch for us.