We went here for a business lunch. To start it is very crowded during lunch. They asked who wanted to share a table, we felt adventurous, so we accepted. It turned out to be OK, they have very large round tables that can seat perhaps 8-9 people.
The food was good, but the noodles seemed to be over-cooked for my taste. Fortunately I know how to use chop sticks, as they have no traditional utensils. The service is OK, they were very friendly but seemed to be very side tracked with the amount of people eating lunch.
Over all if you enjoy authentic Chinese food I would definitely recommend the Dim Sum at lunch.
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