Reservations were made for Monday lunch and good thing too as the place was hopping. Fair crowd lined up for tables and not an empty table to be found.
My partner HarGow and I had lunch with his brother and his partner. We ordered the House Special Chow Mein which was a generous helping of a variety of seafoods, bbq pork, fish, chicken and veges. Good tasting chow mein. Good size portion as well.
Then the Dim Sum. Ordered foong zhou, seen jook geen (bean curd wrap), shrimp rice rolls, pan fried turnip cake, deep fried salty squid, egg plant with shrimp, pork and chive dumpling. Foong Zhou wasn't the best that I have had. Shrimp rice rolls were really good as was the turnip cake.
Everything was tasty and good. But not the best dim sum the Lower Mainland has to offer. Might be the best dim sum in Richmond though.
Extensive menu. Lots to choose from. Great XO sauce which comes with your lunch. XO sauce comprises of dried shrimp, scallop and chili oil. Flavourful and spicy but not too hot.
Clean and nice decor. Fairly attentive staff and clean washrooms. Lots of tables but enough space in between and you weren't crowded. Enough room at the tables.
Busy parking lot so get there early or be a bit patient. Turnover is not too bad and you might have to wait 5 to 10 mins. The other option is pay street parking.
Would definitely be the number one choice for dim sum in Richmond.