Went there friday before Christmas.
the wait was insane at lunch time 1:30 pm for dim sum.
Per hounds suggestions,
tried the coffee spareribs. It's certainly unusual combination. However, it is not very tender and the coffee flavor is very subtle.
The peking duck with green onion pancake rollups were excellent, albeit a bit pricey ($6.90 for two pieces).
The surprise of the meal personally was the Rice noodle wrap with fish filet. I have not had this at any other dim sum restaurants in US, Canada or Hong Kong. Normally the fillings are shrimp or beef. The fresh fish filets with the rice noodle was excellent.
Along with the decor and easy parking, this is probably my favorite place in bay area for dim sum.
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