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    • Troy Doby
    • December 24, 2018

    Great place for dim sum at lunch. Order off a slip of paper during the week and they have the carts on the weekends. They can get busy on the weekends so get there early when the food is fresh and hot. Parking can also get tight.

    • Linda DeLangis
    • December 24, 2018

    The best we have found thus far. However, the shumai is smaller than those we use to have in CA. Kind of pricey due to the lack of competition obviously. This is just an honest observation. No put down or build up. Straight forward. We were quite happy to locate dim sum out here! I shall return.

    • Maison's YouTube
    • December 29, 2018

    My family and I went on Christmas Day to eat dinner. We were treated very poorly and were also disrespected multiple times. the waitress would literally throw and slide the plates we ordered instead of placing them down like a normal person. Anytime we asked to see the menu, she would snap and say “what, you wanna order again?” in such a disrespectful way. I do NOT recommend eating here. They don’t deserve anyone’s money. I’d rather make the drive to Charlotte for some actual authentic Dim Sum. Save your money and go elsewhere.

    • Cu Phung
    • January 6, 2019

    The best dim sum place in the triangle area. This place is packed on weekends. People lined up before 11 a.m. for a table. They have a great variety of dishes including congee. The chicken feet is my favorite. Try to go there on weekdays to avoid long lines.

    • Rhiannon Martin
    • January 10, 2019

    Great dim sum, crispy duck, and fried rice! Service was great and prices were phenomenal! Definitely going back!

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