My family and I have frequented this extremely busy, face-paced restaurant numerous times - we come only for the dim sum. They do provide a very wide variety of dishes in the typical manner: a bunch of Chinese women push them around on carts, calling out the types of foods they have. Very few people here speak English (it is after all, in the heart of Chinatown), but you don't need to know Mandarin to eat here. Simply point to whatever looks appetizing and the woman pushing the cart will deliver it to your table and stamp your check. At the end, a waiter will come by and add up the number of stamps and provide you with a final bill. Use a little bit of caution here: eating dim sum can be like eating sushi and run you a high bill if you're not careful.
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