Quite possibly the best of the dim sum parlors, this eatery is complete with an escalator to the dining room and is great for a late brunch or lunch. On Sundays, many Chinese out-of-towners descend for a family meal. The spare ribs are good and the taro-wrapped packets of sticky rice with Chinese sausage are delicious. Steamed buns with sweet bean paste can be a dessert. Although dim sum (which isn't available for dinner) is the thing here, it's fine to order off the menu.