A group of us visited on a Sunday morning. We arrived at 10.30 and waited in line until they started seating at 10.45. The line filled the entire restaurant with a goodly portion of the line having to wait for the second turn.
They have a menu plus carts. The carts started a little confused under the onslaught of people lining up, but they managed to keep going continuously. We loved the seafood shiu mai, fish congee, half duck, shrimp truffle dumplings, shrimp dumplings, taro root dumpling,s and soy sauce noodles. We ordered the last chicken wing with spicy salt from one of the first carts and asked for more. Just as we were finishing up, they brought an order of wings saying they were just out of the kitchen. We actually took 2 orders and they were heavenly. am sure we ate 50% more.
I made a mistake in ordering the soy sauce noodle, wanting to have the XO Sauce hand made rice noodles and got the Soy Sauce noodles instead. Seems like a mistake anyone could make!
The feast was $37 per person including tax and tip. The space is hugely noisy which made our group of 10 evolve into ever-changing clusters of conversation. It is modern, clean with art touches. The staff was very pleasant once the crush at the door was sorted.
This is perhaps the best dim sum I have had in years. Better than the best of DC and Rockville and all three dim sum places I tried in Flushing. And it had good stuff from the start.
We will be repeating this again in a few weeks. October 29 or November 5 at 10.45am sharp.