If you like Dim Sum, or would like to try Dim Sum, I recommend lunch at The New Kowloon. You'll see the name on a big white building on Jackson St. just east of the I-5 freeway overpasses.
For starters, there's a huge parking garage in their building and it's FREE. This makes it very easy to blast over there for lunch, park, stuff your face and blast back to work for a good nap.
The dining room is nothing special, but the constant parade of carts past your table offer a vast selection of shrimp, pork, duck, beef, and vegetable dishes prepared in ways both familiar and exotic. Steamed, fried, boiled, baked, etc.
Average price per dish is around $2-3.50 and everything tastes freshly prepared and scrumptious. (Have not been there for dinner so I don't know if these prices hold true in the evening.)
Dim Sum is a Cantonese term, literally translated as dot heart or order heart, meaning order to one's heart's content. It consists of a wide spectrum of choices, from sweet to salty. It has combinations of meat, vegetables, seafood, and fruit. It is usually served in a small basket or on a small dish, depending on the type of dim sum.
Thank you, WikiPedia for that last paragraph.