We chose this spot because of proximity to White Sox game as we were thru on the Red Line, and the fact they served Dim Sum later in the day than some other spots in the area. A menu sheet was provided - photos and...More
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We sampled about 7 different dishes from the dim sum menu. Everything seemed to be made in-house and fresh with all of the standard offerings. All of the dim sum were very good but the pan-fried pork and shrimp bun, chicken feet, and stuffed sticky...More
The food is quite cheap, but not tasty, the service was the worst. When asking for ground pepper, the bus girl just pointed to no where assume that we were regular there. The server never bothered to check on us after taking order. Avoid if...More
Every time we come to Chicago, we try to make an effort to come here. It does not disappoint. Food is good, service is efficient and friendly.
Food here was fine. Serving sizes were large and we ordered too much. We had two dim sum, one stir fry a vege dish and rice. Didn't need the vegetables as the stir fry came with a lot of vegetables. They brought a different bottle...More
Stopped in based on its high rating. Considered the dim sum but the pictures were not appealing. We did order one dim sum dish and the consistency of the filling was awful. We shared a chow mein and a chicken lunch special. Nothing fancy or...More
Shrimp Dumpling, Steamed Beef Ball, Fried Minced Pork Dumpling, Shrimp Crepe and Beef Crepe are good. Deep Fried Taro was cold. It was the last entrée they brought out and the server kept telling us it was being made. Theoretically it should have come out...More