The restaurant is pretty big, three floors. The third floor is used for catering and dimsum on the weekends. The place is nice, table cloths, etc. The food was good, nothing great or anything to rave about. I usually order the dishes that you can't go wrong: General Tsao's Chicken, ribs, etc. The wait for dim sim is usually minimal compared to other popular dim sum places in chinatown. Service is ok, nothing to rave about either.