This place is not that big and there is usually a wait but if you want good dim sum, it's worth the wait. It's around $3-$4 per dish so not too bad, especially for quality. We had the pork shumai, shrimp in vermicelli, vegetable in oyster suace, pork spare ribs in black bean and of course the pork pork buns alittle different than nyc chinatown pork buns bc the outer shell is a little hard, crust like, but still tasty. Also had the fried noodles but that was just ok.
You order by filling out form with quantities of what you want vs what i'm used to with carts roaming around.
They have high chairs and are accommodating to kids. Not much room in the restaurant to we parked stroller in front.
Good food, good service. Thumbs up!