There were 6 of us and we were pretty hungry when we were seated. I notcied a few things. The mustard and chili weren't a day old like at Kirin (downtown), and they actually labeled the tea, (although the label looked like it was about 100 years old). We also got X.O. Sauce, which seemed to be the standard at Kirin, but I think it would be the norm that most dim sum places would not have this as an optional sauce?
The Siu Mai were tasty, pretty run of the mill, but still tasty.
My dad ordered a bao that was supposed to be a desert bun, but the filling was made with salty duck eggs, something you'd normally find in a moon cake or something. I haven't any other places that serves it this way, and it turned out different but tasty. The salty-sweet filling was savoury, and it was kind of a nice way to top off an overall decent meal. My dad said the filling looked like baby poo though and he joked that it was made from left-over moon cake duck eggs.
The food here overall was pretty good and the prices were reasonable. The service wasn't terrible either. They managed to keep our teapots full of hot water, which was amazing and unexpected. 6 of us got full with abiyt $75 and we had tons of leftovers. I'd say that's not too bad.