One yellow awning spans this Inner Richmond duplex-style eatery: dim sum one one side and heaping piles of takeout Chinese on the other..
It's at first confusing whether this is two businesses or one--there are two separate entrances, two storefront windows filled with the piles of taro cake and head-on fried shrimp you'd expect along Clement Street, but the sprawling name covers both front doors and if you sit at the back of one restaurant, you can peer through a little corridor into the adjoining one. It seems, rather, like this is the perfect sort of carry-out layout: breakfast on one side, lunch on the other. The dim sum half of the eatery is generally busier and the service necessarily surlier, with the same clipped characters processing the long lines of hungry patrons daily. For a slower pace and a few more bare-bones tables, head next door and trade in your steamed pork buns for sliced barbecued pork and choices from the Sizzler-sized trays of chow mein, stir fried veggies and meat done dozens of different ways.