This is a popular place for dim sum in the Chinese community. There is always a waiting line especially in weekend. You either come before it opens or after the first wave (1 or 2 hrs after opening hr). The food is authentic HK style (traditional or new) I personally like the steam beef balls and the steam turnip cake (not the pan fried version). The price is reasonable. Some other dim sum places in the area charge more with inferior food. If you are lucky, you can find a parking space along El Camino. If not, there is a parking lot behind the restaurant. But be aware that it is share by workers and patrons to other nearby restaurants as well.
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