What a weird place. Clearly a neighborhood joint. The service is indifferent (even by Chinese hole in the wall standards) but the food was really good.
GooglePlace - February 2018
If you want to experience traditional cantonese dim sum (food and atmosphere). This is the best place in chinatown, if not all of San Francisco. For the unfamiliar, you share tables with strangers, similar to cafeteria style. I personally prefer the spareribs over rib. It has a very good balance in the fermented beans with the seasoning. The rice itself is special. This place is one of the few places left where they steam their rice compare to just boiling it. This creates a delightful texture in the rice where its fluffy but also not mushy.
Another must try item is the beef balls. They are so tender but also bounce, which is a must for beef balls. Not too much fillers mean you get your worth of beef. As with the spareribs, they are perfectly seasoned. If beef is not your thing. The deep fried shrimp balls are a good substitute.
Overall. If you want good cheap cantonese dim sum dol ho is great choice with an experience that anyone’s grandparents will call legit
GooglePlace - January 2018
Very famous steamed spare ribs & rice in a bowl. Sold out as soon as done.
Foursquare - January 2018
Treat yourself better than waiting 30 min for something to come out. The service is absolutely horrible vs. push cart. I’m here sitting 30 minutes, no one is coming to even follow up on the order.
GooglePlace - December 2017
A must try for anyone desiring an authentic Dim Sum experience (This is where the Chinatown locals eat). The food is very reasonably priced and absolutely delicious. Be prepared to share your table. Everything was delicious, but try the chicken's feet, they're surprisingly decadent.
GooglePlace - November 2017