This charming and bustling Cantoneese restaurant inside Zhongshan Park does dim sum every day of the week. It's not the finest dim sum in town, but the price and the vibe more than make up for it. Expect lots of grandmas and grandmas enjoying the daily discount, so you might have to wait for a seat. Recommended dishes include the the crispy and meaty pigeon, the fried noodles, and the pork and shrimp shao mai. 3-4 people could gorge themselves for under 300rmb here, with tea. Here's their schedule: Mon-Fri, 9.30am-4.30pm; Sat & Sun, 9am-4.30pm. Mon-Fri dim sum is 12% off before 2pm and 30% off after 2pm. More about the place and the dim sum in our March 2016 brunch list. They also have large private rooms; there's no minimum fee, but you'll probably want to call ahead.
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