I drove from South Austin to eat at Tien Hong because I have been to all the Dim Sum places in town. There is no comparison to any of the others. The variety of food (traditional Chinese and also some American influence), the art work and the quick responsiveness of the individuals working there was extraordinary. The basic Dim Sum cost $1.90 each and the fancy ones were $3.10, so we ate like pigs and my girlfriend and I still got out of there for $21.00. There was one upset waitress and I worried that her husband or family must be cruel to her to make her so short tempered, but I am going to make the drive up north every weekend when ever I possibly can.
Pros: Easy parking in a crowd, cute women rolling the carts around, beautiful art work
Cons: One grumpy waitress