I moved here about three months ago from Cleveland which, despite its ""mistake on the lake"" namesake, has some very fine Chinese food - and dim sum on the weekends. Hong Kong Chinese Restaurant is excellent. Their selection of dim sum choices include typical shu mai, har gau, and pork bun dumplings, but also include more unusual (and delicious) braised pork slices, honeycomb tripe with black bean sauce, and stewed beef tendon. Contrary to a previous review, all of the food is served piping hot in generous quantities by extremely pleasant servers. The restaurant is not large, but conceals large numbers of tables throughout the nooks and crannies of the dining rooms. They also understand and speak English with ease, something the folks back in Cleveland never did.\r
They are very busy Sunday morning, so come immediately when they open at 10:30AM or after 12:00PM. Although the steam cart is present, it is emptied so quickly that most of the servers bring just-cooked dishes directly to the table. If you flag and employee down and tell them what you want, especially if it's not something white people normally eat, they will smile and bring it to you at once. They also serve dim sum during the week from 11:30AM-3:00PM. Visit soon!
Pros: great dim sum, helpful and friendly staff, fast service
Cons: poor parking, extremely busy Sunday morning, somewhat disorganized