Even with as little of it as I ate (one steamed, a bite of fried, half the baked one) it filled me up surprisingly well. Seeing how I paid about $6 for the whole thing, that's a great value. Any one of those (each of the three cost either $1 or $2 and change) would have been a filling meal. Still, I didn't like the flavor of any of them enough to go again.
I was surprised at how big each one was. I had thought that dim sum was sort of the same size as sushi pieces are, little two-bite things.
The place was new, but Yelp loved it to death -- 4.5/5 stars and 70-something reviews even though they just opened. I guess all those reviews came from people who knew they liked dim sum! Wish I had liked it as well, seemed like it would be a great place to get a cheap, filling meal.