Bring CASH money only.
No rolling carts here - just great tapa-like dim sum.
How to eat here:
Get seated, receive paper menu + pencil, circle orders, give to server, and wait.
Very simple place with tasty comforting eats.
Feels like we've been coming here for decades. We habitually dine in 2-4 times in a month.
The better half and I share everything we order especially the soup, wide noodle, and rice dishes.
Memorable favorite orders we share:
*1201 Zha Jiang Mian: Wide noodle w/ground pork + bean paste sauce
*3102 Ji Pai Cai Fan: Chinese-style fried chicken on rice
*4104 Cong You Bing: Scallion pancake
*4105 Guo Tie: Pan-fried pork dumpling/pot stickers (8 pieces)
*4109 Zhua Bing: Thousand layer pancake
*5203 Ma La Huang Gua: Cucumbers in hot garlic sauce
*5207 Mao Do Bai Ye: Bean curd skin w/mustard greens + soy bean
*5213 Pao Cai: Pickled cabbage
*5214 Suan Jiang Dou Rou Mo: Pickled long bean w/ground beef
*5301 Lu Dan: Braised egg
*6101 Xiao Mi Zhou: Plain millet + corn congee (rice soup)
And yes, of course I copied the above info from their paper menu :) You're welcome.
Be prepared to wait for a table during prime lunch and dinner hours. That's why we normally arrive for brunch or "linner" (between lunch and dinner).
There's parking on the front, side, and back.