This place is truly a hole in the wall. You order from the counter and take your food to the two tables or separate counters with stools to eat. When you're finished, you have to throw away the trash and empty any noodle soup bowls into a pail before returning the bowls to the main counter. The place is not particularly clean, but I've also seen much worse from some "real" restaurants.
We shared a bowl of beef and tendon noodle soup (hand pulled noodles you can watch the guy make behind the counter), 8 fried pork and chive dumplings, 8 boiled pork and celery dumplings, and 8 boiled vegetable dumplings. All that and two sodas for $15.20. Really hard to beat that price.
Here's a picture of some of the boiled dumplings. Many places will say "steamed" dumplings when they really mean boiled. Here, the dumplings are filled to order before cooking if you order the boiled ones.
I'm not sure if it's evident from this picture, but the inside of the vegetable dumpling looks fresh and green and filled with chopped veggie goodness. Notice also the nice green bok choy in the bowl of noodles.