ATMOSPHERE: They've earned a crowd of regulars, just like dim sum restaurants in HK has old timers chilling out over the small bites with tea and a newspaper. Very nostalgic. The vibe is like your standard Cantonese family restaurant. It's like Happy Jade, or Perfect Kitchen, in terms of look and feel. It's not a chic place, but it's spacious and bright. Lots of large round tables for family gatherings/meals.
SERVICE: Good. Service is timely. Almost always someone is close by if you need anything.
PRICE: Very reasonable. Again this isn't a fancy place, so the price matches this modest restaurant.
FOOD: Dim sum is good here. For Mississauga standard? VERY good. It's been consistent and most things are made-to-order on weekdays, so it's always fresh.
Their barbecued meats are pretty good, they also have a kiosk for take-out. Try the roasted duck if you're a fan! Especially the duck lai-fun (thick rice noodle - few restaurants in Mississauga carry it!) is a pretty good deal for lunch.
As for dinner, I've had a few 10-course family dinners here. And have never been disappointed. We're happy to have a regular place we can go to which is nearby!