Good Dim Sum.
I had a Dim Sum late breakfast/early lunch. I was too hungry to wait for all the circulating carts before deciding, so I had Char Siu Bao (BBQ pork buns) and the sticky rice/pork steamed in (banana? lotus?) leaves. I also had Gai Lan (Chinese broccoli) with "Korean Sauce" poured on it. I know I wasn't very adventurous the first time out, but I thought everything tasted just as it should, properly Chinese (as opposed to Western "Chinese"). I'll keep going back until I've worked my way through all the offerings except for the chicken feet because I've tried those other places and I just don't care for them. I thought the service was decent, and the decor nothing to write home about.
Chinese restaurant offers all the favorites, plus fresh seafood and even lobster.. In Short This Chinese restaurant is located at the far perimeter of the Chinatown Mall. The main dining area is cavernous with plenty of space to accomodate large parties. With the exception of lobster and crab, the fare includes traditional Chinese favorites. Popular starters include egg rolls and potstickers, and the sweet and sour chicken stands out among their many entree selections.