Specializing in the southern school of Chinese cuisine, this eatery's menu is extensive, with over 200 items. Highlights include beef with cilantro soup, steamed flounder with ginger scallion, and lobster with noodles. Special dim sum lunch on weekends. Open everyday for lunch; dinner Sun to Thurs.
Best Dim Sum; 2006
Best Chinese; 2005. Tankfuls of fresh seafood and cartloads of dim sum are the central attractions at this Hong Kong-style restaurant where the menu choices range from the commonplace (spring rolls, steamed dumplings) to the more exotic (braised tripe with ginger and scallions, heart of bamboo with seafood shark fin soup). And you know the experience is authentic when the owner provides daily van service to New York City to pick up a staff of 15 skilled Chinese chefs and Chinese-speaking waiters. Another bonus: the luncheon special prices. For about $6, you'll have an honest taste of the Orient.