So my friend who lives down the street, tried it out yesterday for dim sum.
Her verdict? Beautiful room, food is eclectic.
No chicken feet to be found, but there's kung pao chicken and hot and sour soup on tap. Most of the other dim stand-bys are there, however, like shu mai, har gow, radish cakes, etc. And, of course, the now ubiquitous XLB (or what the menu says is "Shanghai Juicy Pork Dumplings) for dim sum.
Acoustics are kind of weird as the ceiling are almost two high. It's two levels and its designed like an open-loft style.
Oh, and they had the Cowbays-Packers game on! Game on. Indeed.
Anyone else go?
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