Great selection, everyone's favorites should be here plus new things to try. Everything (everything) was particularly fresh, not overcooked, without the heavy spicing typical of a lot of 'factory-made' siu mai, for example.
A huge place that had a pretty good crowd, yet the service was very good, downright remarkable for dim sum. Tip: in any dim sum place, if something is offered, TAKE IT NOW. You may never see that cart or dish again. If desserts come early, grab it when it is offered. You will be a happier person for it.
It's very easy to run up a big bill here, but you can always get a plate of kai lan or fish for the table and add a few dishes to it. Of course, then it makes it hard to choose just what dishes to add.
Pros: parking aplenty