Surrounded by a number of standard-issue chain eateries in a Natomas shopping center, this Cantonese restaurant is a hidden treasure. On weekend mornings, Chinese families pack the oversized tables for a spectrum of exquisitely prepared dim sum. Evenings however bring groups of friends eager to sample succulent seafood sourced from the massive live tanks that line this restaurant’s back wall.
Over on the menu, the dim sum selection features the standard array of steamed, baked and fried delights, including barbecue pork buns, rice noodle rolls, and dumplings. However, diners are bound to also run across a range of more interesting items, like succulent sticky-rice shrimp balls or steamed buns stuffed with crunchy walnuts and sweet red bean paste.- MICHELIN guide inspectors
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