Looking for dim sum: Chiang’s Gourmet.
While they don’t serve dim sum on weekdays…..it is available on weekends as breakfast only (10 am to 3 pm) in the true Chinese tradition. Since I was there for a quick lunch went ahead and had hot and sour soup, Mongolian beef and noodle with shredded pork. The Mongolian beef was very good with a spiciness that was spot on.
As I drove up I remembered that I had been here before about 10 years ago. As you can tell from the pictures, it has changed little during that span of time.
If you can read Mandarin (or better yet speak it) then get the Chinese only menu or go for some of the less common dishes such as pig intestine, beef tripe, pigs feet, etc. for a real experience.
The fortune cookie was spot on: cycling planned for later today!