If you've never been to a dim sum restaurant, this is a good place to start. The menu has photos with names of dishes translated into English. It's easier to look at photos and order what you want instead of waiting for carts to come around. They will give you an order pad with pencil. Select by item number the dish that you want the the quantity that you want. Once ordered, the dishes are delivered to the table quickly. There is a charge for hot tea (tell them the kind of tea you want, oolong, jasmine, etc.,) and soy sauce. Pet peeve is that they are stingy with soy sauce. Some servers come around with large trays of foods which they call out in Chinese. If you don't want those items, just wave them away. My particular favorites are har gow (transparent skin with plump shrimp), steamed cha siu bao (steamed BBQ pork) and steamed Chinese broccoli with hoisin sauce. The shu mai (pork dumpling) and shaolin bao (sou dumpling) texture and taste hasn't been great recently. Classic desserts are egg tars and fried sesame balls. For large groups, it's best to make reservations and arrive early on weekends so you don't have to wait. There's plenty of parking.
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