Dropped in on a weekday to have lunch. The place was busy but not packed. We ordered 4 dim sum dishes and a fried rice. The bill came to just under $30. I think the price was reasonable and the food was average.
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If you can get past the very cold service, you will enjoy your food here. Particularly special is that they serve dim sum until nighttime. The general food is also very good and made as requested.
Located near the north edge of Chinatown, the clean restaurant is a local favorite. They carry all of the regular dim sum treats (har gay, shumai, taro balls, char siu bow, etc.) but they also have an extensive menu with seafood, beef, pork,and chicken specialties...More
people have their own dim sum restaurant favorites. Mei Sum is at the top of my list. i guess i just like the Hong Kong style of dim sum. if parking were more convenient i would eat here more often.
We love to come in and just share a ton of different dim sum. Often the ladies with the cart will make recommendations and they are never wrong! Be sure to save room for dessert...those sesame seed ball desserts are the bomb! The custard buns...More
I think I got ripped off. Three take outs that totaled $33 plus FIVE plates of dim sum (standard small sized) was $61.00???? Does that mean each plate of dim sum was $6.00? If so, then I'm not coming back. The owner was crouched down...More
As always the food was excellent, service was so so. We highly recommend the fried oysters. The oysters are big and very juicy.
The dumplings were average. We were swamped by staff when we entered pushing dumplings on us. We were not firm enough and ended up with 1 or2 extra orders. We're on a short visit but I think with a littler morey work, one could do...More