Went there for lunch on Sunday. After getting over the initial sticker shock of the menu we ordered the shrimp and chive dumplings, the super thin noodles with scallops and shrimp, the soup dumplings, the bean curd skin rolls and the beef salad. The food was good( surprisingly the nest thing was the beef salad which was the most incongruous dish based on the menu), but not great and definately did not justify the price. Would not recommend this place given the fact that much better dim sum can be obtained in Chinatown and even better in Flushing. I would have thought that for the premium price we would receive amazing dim sum which sadly was not the case. Given the fact that the place was completely empty I don't think it will last all that long.