I went yesterday, Thursday at 11:30. I was seated in a dark area even though I asked to be seated near the windows where there were empty tables. I was told those tables are reserved for 4 diners not 2 like us. I had to tell the waiter twice to leave our plates only that we were still eating. The room manager watch us the whole time giving us dirty looks because we were chatting. Only 3 carts were seen and not very often. Only steamed choices. No won tons or other fried selections or meats were seen. I was never asked if I needed anything. The waiters were mute, never said a word the whole meal. I noticed the oriental diners at the 2 tables next to us were treated much nicer than we were. I will never come here again. Dim sum means "touch of the heart" well there was no "heart" at the Golden Buddha restaurant in the Phoenix Cultural center for this disappointed diner and his out of town guest.