Hold down Control (PC) or Command (Mac) key + mouseclick to select more than one option
Posted by traumachef on 04/04/2007
I love it when the cart comes around and they hock the food in chinese and than you ask what it is in english and you wonder if it is the same. but what ever it is it,s always good and a great expierence and a fair price. Service can be slow at times especially lunch when it's very busy. They count the plates after your done to determine how much you owe.Bathroom downstairs is a little scary
Posted by Anonymous on 10/27/2005
This restaurant was has been here for a long time and the decor shows. Aside from the old timers and its dated interior, this place still serves the freshest pork buns and baked ka-ying bun. Their Dim Sum selection is basic straight foward and limited but it sure is delicious and cheap, only $1.70 per dish. I really dont need to comment much about this place as they seem to be doing fine in terms of business. Just don't let the tough crowd push you out of your place in line and be vocal when its your turn.
Posted by Former Chinatown Resident on 02/19/2004
Best food in Chinatown. The stir-fried sole with its fins deep fried is the best fish dish I ever had. The oysters with scallion cooked in a clay pot is to die for. Unfortunately, most diners not from the area will walk right by. The decor is not very inviting. I have taken co-workers there for dinner and now they are regulars.