This place isn’t a proper Chinese restaurant per se. In fact, it occupies only an open-air, longish concrete-floored space covered with awning roofs. Having said that, it is still pretty comfortable coming here for lunch (or dinner), this Chinese shop can seat quite a number of people and have ample high-powered ceiling fans to cool you down. The restaurant is usually packed during lunch AND dinner.
Coming to the shop and wading past the crowd queueing to pick their food, what comes next will certainly amaze you. What you will see are the long lines (and varieties) of dishes laid out on their long (20-feet or more maybe) counter housing easily more than 30 dishes. Its variety will include some restaurant quality dishes and a few home-cooked like dishes that you typically can get in a Chinese household – all laid out for your selection. Every single dish looks so good, I sometimes wish I could have them all! You are going to be spoilt for choice!