Good Food, High Prices.
The service was efficient, but I don't care for the workers who walk around in black suits with bluetooths stuck in their ears. I felt like the mafia or the FBI was watching us eat. Bleh. And when the lady asked if we wanted chow fun(a noodle dish), we said "sure". When it came to us, it was the Dim Sum size (not the regular meal size), and the price was outrageously high for two wide noodles swimming in soy sauce. The waitress poured so much soy sauce on it, we could not eat it. I should've sent it back, but did not and ended up paying $5.50 for this teeny dish of nothing really. Overall, the Dim Sum was tasty, but their prices are higher than other places that offer delicious Dim Sum as well. Go to the Renton Seafood restaurant on 4th in Renton Highlands; they serve Dim Sum daily up until 2 p.m.