Wanted to get some dim-sum and looked to China town. Reasonable menu, Hong-Kong style, but small in comparison to the size of the hall. Weekend fare was fresh, warm, and tasty, straight from the kitchen, We enjoyed it well enough to return during the week. Very tasty both times. Would have liked the carts (which gave way to a check off menu), and a larger assortment of steamed fare. But the chives and shrimp as well as the shrimp and chives were excellent (steamed and fried respectively) as were the other choices such as as the shrimp stuffed eggplant. The regular menu also large offered large portions. The entire experience felt like an authentic Hong-Kong yum-cha restaurant; very enjoyable, and we returned twice on this trip
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