Tried this place tonight for the first time, and we enjoyed the meal. We had the following:
Beef huoshao - These are baked meat dumplings, and they were excellent. We only tried the beef variety, which were filled with a salty and firm beef patty. The pastry around them was really good! Flaky with visible layers, just the right balance of chewiness and crispness. We ended up ordering another batch of these.
Cucumber salad - Very good, fresh.
Cold Bean curd sheet - Simple and plain. Only a tiny bit spicy.
Egg drop and seaweed soup - Warm and mild, neither good nor bad.
Lamb dumplings - Not bad, but not as good as some of the places that make them in SF (for example, House of Pancake)
Noodles w/ meat sauce (zha ziang mien) - The noodles were a bit overcooked and I wasn’t sure if they were housemade. Meat sauce was fine, but meat was ground somewhat finely which I don’t prefer. Also, there wasn’t quite enough sauce for the amount of noodles.
They sell both fresh and frozen dumplings for very reasonable prices. Very friendly service, but a very small place.
Overall conclusion: go for the huoshao!!!