Experience/Environment: Family oriented, family style. Experience taste and traditions that honor my culture! Price: I can’t tell you how much each dish was but seven of us ate for 100$ and we were all full, full. Food: Delish! Flavor and freshness combined. Service: It was super busy but we were seated right away (lucky us!!) the guys at the desk was nice, the owner stopped by and said hello. We asked for a couple specialty dishes when the carts didn’t have it and they were brought out to us. NTT [[Next Time Try]]: Likely everything I had today. I tend to eat the same things whenever I go to dim sum lol. Shrimp dumplings, pan fried noodles, shrimp tofu, stuffed eggplant, dumpling dumpling dumplings! Stop by! Thank me later ;) Smile, eat, hydrate. Live honest and don’t settle. Hope to see you out there! xo
Haven’t had dim sum in too long and missed it. Loved seeing the carts go around and choosing some favorites. Great way to start a family reunion!
Good place for dim sum (with so.e improvementsrequired). Atmosphere is good. Food was of high quality, fresh and delicious! But service needs improvement. Let me elaborate on that here. Servers were friendly BUT there were only three dim sum carts in the whole place. Other dim sum restaurants such as Star Kitchen and Emperor's (on 120th Ave) have at least 6-8 carts at any given weekend circling the restaurant! And those three carts were mostly circulating on the right-hand side of the restaurant. They hardly ever made it to the left-hand side of the restaurant. Patrons where we were sitting at were frustrated. Servers realized that fact and did their best to accommodate the patrons on the side were were sitting at. This needs to improve. Have more carts and more variety please.
The dumplings were dry and the fried rice was not seasoned at all, just tasted plain and fried with oil. The rib tips were also fatty and chewier than expected. Given the options in Denver I expected better for $80 for three.
Good food but fewer variety. There were only 3 dim sum carts roaming around. You can order non- dim sum food though if they are on their regular menu. It wasn't crowded at all for Monday lunch service. Three adults and one 10yo there and we spent $98 (include 20% tip). I think that's a little expensive for the regular dim sum they served.
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