Great dim sum!
Seafood noodles awesome
Definitely don't come here for dim sum if you don't like sharing tables with at least 2,3 groups of strangers. 😒
Nice food but make sure you head over with a chinese friend, else forget the food, you wont even get a place to sit...
M-F small, medium and large plates of dim sum are $2 each
Get here early for weekend dim sum otherwise you'll be waiting for an hour out the door!
Lobster Yee Mein!!
On weekday it's $2 for whatever dim sum I think. We went on weekend, had plenty of food, and only spent $7!
For super fresh dim sum, get here before noon. But even if you happen to stumble out of bed a little later the dim sum is still some of the best in town (and inexpensive too!)
dim sum totally lived up to the hype. the pork bun was insanely buttery, had the texture of a croissant. and restaurant was packed with chinese immigrants- always a good sign.
The dim-sum push-cart servers are happy to direct the carts you want your way if you ask.
I don't say this lightly... but it's better than Golden Unicorn
Family style chinese food, I love the snails! And the steak with chives ;)
Good dim sum and great family style dinners for large groups
Monday thru Friday dinner special - one dish normal price + one dish discounted price
Monday-Friday small, medium, large dim sum plates are only $2.
Their dim sum special is Mon to Fri. Don't forget their twin lobsters special for dinner. They have more tea leaves choice than other dim sum restaurants.
Only thing good here are the pan fried thick noodles.
If you are looking for real authentic chinese food you have come to the right place. The pan fried noodles and crispy half chicken are awesome.
Get the braised tripe-Royal Seafood produces one of the city's best renditions, served w/ a bright red chile oil that colors the lips and opens up the sinuses. The stomach strips are chewy and tender.
grand marnier shrimp, garlic fried chicken, snails in black bean sauce.. just a few that stood out.
They're running a lobster special, 2 for $5.