We came for lunch on a weekday and were seated right away. Not busy at the time so dimsum carts started coming and we were able to choose our favorites and started eating in no time. We also ordered a few dishes from their a la carte menu which didn't take too long either. Everything tasted as expected, nothing that stood out from other Chinese dimsum restaurants we've been to. You might experience a little bit of an issue with some servers and staff who are limited in their English. Just remember that patience and humor can go a long way in bridging the "dimsum" gap. Enjoy!
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