My wife and I have been visiting this place over the past 4 years mainly for its dimsum brunch on weekends. We were initially very thrilled and were very fond of the selections. Lately, however, we find the food so-so. It also tends to be a bit too greasy. Overall, however, it is a decent place to have dimsum especially if one misses these traditional Chinese bruch fare. Compared with some of the best dimsum one can get, say in New York, or Hong Kong, this is probably an average place. Line can be long at peak lunch hour so come early (e.g. 11:30) to beat the crowd. Service is nothing to brag about.
Pros: Decent dimsum, Good value
Cons: Crowded , Service can be better