Our primary visits here are for weekend dim sum, where an absolutely incredible variety of dishes is offered. Most are served from carts, but others are offered at a hot-food counter. I'd estimate the total variety must approach 75 items (plus the menu items), and the dim sum ranges from the typical dumplings to jellyfish, rice in lotus leaf, sea snails, and everything one could imagine. We've tried some our American palates didn't appreciate, but with the most expensive dish at roughly $5, we didn't feel bad having tried it.
As for dinner, Peking duck can be ordered without advance notice, and is absolutely delicious. The scallops on the half-shell are outstanding, especially if you like garlic. Their soups are flavorfully seasoned and full of goodies. We've enjoyed various fish and shellfish dishes here, and have never had a miss. It is always VERY fresh.
Private rooms of various sizes are available for parties.
If you go for weekend dim sum, try to arrive by 11:00 AM, or wait until after 1:00 PM, as the wait can be quite long between those hours.
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