They are the best for dim sum in town, they offer the most variety and the food is good. They have more food on the weekend and holiday time, but the place is always busy during these time. If you want to dine in on the weekend, come before 11 am, so you do not have to wait to be seated. If you come during weekdays, they are not busy but they do not offer many variety. One thing that I do not like about this place is, unlike most Chinese restaurant, they charge .75 for tea per person. C'mon, it's only tea, I think that's like charging tab water in other non ethnic restaurant.