Saturday and Sunday only: 11:30 to 4. About 30 items for dim sum, plus the regular menu. Brought my dumpling experts (two of my grandchildren!). Rave reviews: they loved the shu mai, the chive and pork dumplings, the spring rolls, the rice noodles with sesame sauce, and the fried crullers. We loved the shrimp dumplings and everything the kids loved too. Not cart: order off the menu. The rice noodles are among the best we've had and the fried stuffed eggplant was a new delightful dish to us. Staff is charming: eager to please, warm and welcoming. Kids loved their smoothies too. Definitely a return visit to try the many as yet unexplored dishes. So happy to have a dim sum option near home!