Tien Hong satisfied my craving for Chinese food. The first time my boyfriend and I went to Tien Hong, we arrived on a cold and rainy Saturday and the place was pretty empty. We were immediately greeted with a huge smile and served right away. The food came quick and was great except for the shrimp puffs which were more breading than shrimp. The wonton soup also left a lot to be desired but the main courses (twice cooked pork and beed broccoli) more than made up for it. The restaurant is one big room, i wish it were more cozy as it gets loud when there are a lot of people.
Pros: friendly staff, good parking, great dim sum
Cons: wonton soup , very bright