Whenever we come to this place for dim sum, it's always packed and I understand why. It's because the quality and portion of the food that you get is well worth what you pay for, which was super reasonable. I mean it's no Kirin or Sun Sui Wah, which of course has more variety and better quality, but those places can get pretty expensive if you order a lot of seafood items. Last time I went here on a weekend, the bill came up to $30ish for 3 people and we were stuffed. I hear it's 20% off during the week.
The dim sum comes around in carts and everything I ordered was steaming hot, fresh, and tasty. I thought the har gow (shrimp dumplings) was excellent. The dumplings were full of actual shrimp and not mashed up shrimp, which some other places i've gone to serve. Other memorable dishes were the pan fried loh bak gow (radish cake) with XO sauce, stuffed eggplant, egg tarts, and baked tapioca pudding dessert.
I came here for dinner once and had the 2-course peking duck and pork chops cooked in this orange marmalade kinda sauce. Both dishes were excellent and the portions were big. :D
The ladies that push the dim sum carts and the servers were super nice, attentive, and spoke english. The restaurant itself looks pretty new and the clean. There's a few TVs that constantly show some sort of chinese show.
In short, it's one of my favorite dim sum places because of the reasonable price and the quality.