This place offers the "Bruce Lee dumplings" as part of their "Kung Fu Dim Sum" menu, which sounds culturally appropriative even though everyone involved is from the culture in question. But anyway. The aforementioned dumplings are packed with flavour and ludicrously juicy, if a little on the expensive side. The fried pot-stickers are great too. The food is augmented by TVs showing bizarre karaoke music videos - videos, for the most part cut together out of 1980’s stock footage of New York, clips of Asian amusement parks and - in one case - footage of a rhino running around a grassy plain. Which is, you know, fine.
Unique selling point: The five-minute period where the stock-footage karaoke video was replaced with video of a man wearing a sheep’s head, singing at a talent show