You order dim sum off a menu here. Taro puffs were crunchy, shanghai dumplings were perfectly seasoned, shrimp look fun was not over glutinous... Tea was weak but was included. This was decent dim sum, in an old school atmosphere - Formica tables, laminated menus, interesting walls and decorative touches, fluorescent lighting... Still a favorite. Still inexpensive.
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