...by the variety, quality, and rock bottom cost of the dim sum. Went for Sunday brunch with family, probably their busiest time. The wait for a table was about 30 minutes [something I rarely tolerate], but well worth it. If this is not the best dim sum in North America, it's pretty damn close [my bench mark being the pricy Shun Lee Cafe, at Lincoln Center, in New York]. As for ambiance, fuggitaboutit - you're there for the food.
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