Good, traditional dim sum lunch in this well appointed Chinese restaurant.
Service was good -- our large group was seated at the table on the stage and, though it was a later lunch, there were still carts moving around with a good selection.
As usual, for most Chinese restaurants, don't expect "service with a smile" from the cart vendors but we're fine with prompt and helpful.
It's probably been a decade since this restaurant had a full makeover and it's starting to show in some of the little stuff, e.g., washrooms, walls, decorations, etc.
Warning: parking (and driving) in Boston's Chinatown is a nightmare unless you're used to what it's like in China itself!