We've been here several times in the past for dim sum lunch which in my opinion is better than dinner. We were recently here for a birthday dinner, food for family-style dining was ordered. We had soup, an appetizer of jelly fish/meat slices, stir-fried lobster, honey-walnut shrimp, steamed bass - was the best tasting dish all evening, mushroom and vegetable, crispy chicken and shrimp chips, long-life braise noodles and a sweet bean soup. I didn't like any of the food that much and thought the steamed fish was the only item worth eating. The lobster was bland and the honey-walnut shrimp wasn't flavorful. Nevertheless, the restaurant was full to capacity.
Pros: food fair