I only noticed this afterwards, but there is Korean writing on the sign. This was confusing because the staff spoke Mandarin to us and Northern Chinese dishes were on the menu. Renée noted that she also saw Korean offerings like pork bone soup, but I didn't notice that.
Hot and sour soup with noodles.
I think we could've done without the noodles due to too much food ordered, but it was good. It wasn't extremely spicy, nor sour.
I think these are my favourite kind of dumplings, next to the soup-filled kind.
Green onion pancake. Not the best I've eaten, but passable.
We got both the pork and lamb versions. The lamb dumplings were way juicier, with meat juice squirting out at the first bite.
Beef pancake roll
I don't know what it's actually called, but it's basically a thin green onion pancake rolled with slices of beef.
Would I return? Sure. The food is pretty reasonably priced and decent. There is ample space inside the restaurant. Though the staff may be found on their cell phones, they will multitask and grab your empty teapot with their other hand. Service may be a bit indifferent, but this is by no means a fancy joint.
Total damage: approximately $15 per person (3 people total) for everything in the pictures (plus an extra steamer of dumplings).