The food off the regular Chinese menu (standard fair) is above average. The decor is pretty much non-existent and the place has no atmosphere whatsover, but unless you're on a date or something I don't think it matters much. The people who work here are quite friendly and accomodating. The reason to come here is for the Dim Sum, served on weekends until 3 p.m. We arrived one Sunday right at 3:00, but they served us Dim Sum anyway. The food is good, not greasy, and I've been told by Chinese people is quite authentic. The delight of 3 (which is really just 2 different things, so I'm not sure what the 3rd is) was truly delightful (well, one delight was a nutty bean paste filling that was okay, but the other was a nutty honey sesame filling that was delicious -- they are glutinous white balls with a filling. YUM). They're far enough down Main Street that parking doesn't seem to be too much of an issue.