It was right on a prominent spot in China Town, and one could see the signage from a distance especially in the evening when the neon-light board was switch on.
We went there for dinner with a group of 17. We arrived a bit late due to the traffic from airport, but fortunately the restaurant kept the two big tables for us, even when they were full house with a queue at the entrance.
The restaurant featured very big dining area with modern Chinese decoration, bright and colourful but it wouldn't jump on your face. Our tables were set at a quiet corner deep into the end of the dining hall where we enjoyed more privacy than the other guests in this very popular and fully booked restaurant.
We just followed the manager's recommended menu which featured soup, steamed fish, chicken, pork chop, big prawns, Cantonese vegetables etc. The kitchen was very efficient and the service too. All dishes were extremely well cooked with very fresh ingredients and in authentic Chinese (Cantonese) style.
We were extremely happy and a bit surprised that a Chinese restaurant in Chicago offered such good food.
The restaurant seemed to o be very popular, and all tables had been occupied with still a queue at the entrance. A lot of the guests, as we saw, ordered dim sum and fried rice/noodle etc., that might suggest the place could also be a good place for a casual/quick meal.
Prices were to expensive, and we were very satisfied with the dinner. Highly recommended to give it a try should you visit Chicago and crave for some Chinese food.