It's a great location. Maybe that's why there's the traffic, as dimsum isn't cheap nor anything special. The carpet is worn. I don't think it's been changed since whoever put it in originally.
For 9 items totalling $52, I really don't know where that 20% discount went for about 5 of those dishes. They were all marked as large or the next one up. NONE of the items were "small". What was eaten? Mostly the staple stuff, like siu mai, bun, spare ribs w/black bean sauce, tripe, sweet black sesame roll (tasted purely of sugar w/ barely a hint of black sesame in it), a wooden pail of the excessively watery tofu pudding. It was bland--couldn't taste any soy; it depended too much on the ginger syrup for flavour. Go for the wooden bucket tofu pudding @Ho Yuen Kee on Fraser--you'll never look back. I skipped trying the tapioca tart thingy filled w/ red bean paste, etc, since every other pearl looked solid white (raw), so I'm not too sure I'd trust how long it's been sitting in their fridge.
More variety were made & carted around after the discount hr. That's when you can get the deep fried prawn/shrimp/crab paste ball on sugar cane item. That tasted alright.
The receipt? Well, they had scribbles all over of odd subtotals which came out of nowhere...added together on different parts of the sheet & w/ a final total at the corner. You can see on there, the early bird discount of 20% was taken off some odd amount tha came from... where? but no where on there can you figure how many items they were charging for how much each. I just paid that figuring I'll never return again anyway, so I don't care if I get cheated this one time.
The tablecloths need some industrial washing/bleaching as they are very much still tea/oil stained, etc. The servers' clothing, however, were mainly stain-free, so thumbs up for taking care of their own personal hygiene.
If you must go, just avoid the desserts & make sure how much you're getting charged per item/size.