This restaurant is popular for its Dim Sum on weekends. The food is pretty good and authentic though a little bit pricey. But, hey, there's not much competition. I have only been here for dinner a couple of times and the food is good as well. They do have a nice little peace garden out back and a Koi pond to occupy the kids while waiting for Dim Sum seating. I suggest getting there at 11:30 when they open or the wait will be quite long.