This is a really tiny place with about 8-10 small tables approximately. I visited this place with my friend when I was having some serious dimsum cravings. So, its not fancy, nothing of that sort. Its inexpensive, they have a fairly good menu and the best part is , their dimsums are delicious. Purpose served!
We tried the nonvegetarian dimsum platter - ( Ha fun Gok, Chicken & Mushroom, Prawn & Chive , Chicken Kothe, Prawn Hargao) Now I dont rememeber which one was which but I enjoyed all of them! The dips were the usual nothing new, but their khimchi was really nice too. The good part is, the dimsums had a nice, soft exterior and were not at all chewy which is usually the case with most places. So THAT was a good sign. We tried the Chicken Pao too, which was minced chicken in a pao ( not your laadi pao) which I think was made from rice flour. It was alright, but i liked their plain Tingmo( Steamed bread/buns) better. It was just so soft like little fluffy clouds. We had it with the chicken in hot garlic sauce, which was like any other chinese restaurant, but I particularly enjoy the combination of bread and gravy so I quite liked my meal :)
Overall, its a nice little place to go to to get some good dimsums and tingmo. No frills nothing fancy, and a satisfying, inexpensive meal.