Sunday Cafe is yet another Hong Kong style cafe. However, they do have some rather unique dishes that you don't find at other places. Namely they have huge salads that you'd find at a place like Green Street Cafe or Cheese Cake Factory. Not only large portions but they taste great as well. They also have clay pot dishes where the meat and veggies get cooked with the rice, infusing the flavor of the meats into the rice. The only downside, is the rice is probably been pre-cooked so you do get the crispy underside of the rice, but the aroma of the dish doesn't fully infuse the rice. All in all a good place.
One of the most authentic Dim Sum place in SGV area. I have to admit the quality of ingredients and tastes of food were very descent. No Dim Sum carts in the restaurant, you just mark down the quantity you want on a paper menu and they will make/ steam the dishes for you freshly. Wait time on weekend is horrible. My friends and I arrived around 11:45am on Sunday (peak-time I assume); we waited for more than 1.5 hour. It's all worthy after all because of yummy Dim Sum dishes; but expect the long wait time on weekend. Parking lot is relatively small, but free street parking available. Read the signs.
Saw an article about this place and decided to give it a try. It's clean and friendly service but unfortunately it's more pricey comparing to other spicy food restaurants in the area. There are many that are cheaper and taste better. Food is ok. Twice cooked pork was more like triple cooked. Plenty street parkings.