MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View
This dim sum stunner fills up fast despite its multiple private rooms and sea of tables, enough to fill a small village. Missing among the aisles are the usual roving caravan of carts since dishes here are made to order. Chandeliers, countless mirrors, chrome surfaces and pristine fish tanks set the stage for some of the area's finest seafood. Find servers dressed in black jackets and ties delivering in succession platters of har gow filled with shrimp, tender abalone dumplings wrapped in nori and slippery beef rice noodle rolls finished with soy. Come dinner time the focus swings to bigger items. Specialties like sea cucumber, geoduck and lobster can add up quickly, so be sure to always inquire about the day's market price.