Harborview is a celebration restaurant, and everything here is huge - from the menu of noodle dishes, meats, and different kinds of dumplings, to the dining room that you could park a 747 in, to the tables that you could invite everyone you know to sit at. Come for dim sum brunch on the weekend, and order everything that passes you on a cart. The black and white soup dumplings only come if you order them though, so make sure to open a menu at least once.
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