What You Should Know:
Be certain to expect long lines at this outpost of the Asian chain that does dim sum well, with a varied menu of Chinese dishes that feel authentic and taste delicious. The space can feel slightly too compact, and even disorderly at times, while the service is forgettable, making the food the ultimate highlight of the experience.
What I Liked:
Succulent shrimp is surrounded by a thin, silky steamed rice roll.
A mixture of juicy chicken, pork and beef is surrounded by sticky rice that is cooked in a lotus leaf.
Is It Worth It:
The portions are reasonably priced and filling, making a meal here one of the better deals in the city.