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Posted by Chinatown_guy on 04/28/2004
without any "french influence" in sight, this menu is at once new, and traditional. Dimsum offered throughout the day, and cooked esp. for you, sets this rest. apart from manyothers in NYC. Delicate and flavorful, and not at all lumpy and homogenous. New Hong Kong cuisine is alive and well in this unpretentious restaurant that caters to locals, and business clientelle, as well as tourists looking for an authentic meal. The menu is 100% CANTONESE.
Posted by goodfood on 04/10/2004
This is one of the most authentic cantonese dim sum restaurant in NYC. Although it has a Western and modern look to the restaurant, it offers authentic and mouth-watering asian dim sums at an affordable price! Prices start from around $2-$3.50. Anything you can think of is here! My favorite dish is the pork tsasao pie. And don't forget to end it sweetly with a mango pudding!You'll definitely want to come back for brunch every week!!
Posted by Dimsumren on 01/04/2004
Clean but pricey for dim sum. French influence fouls up the works though..Best avoided!