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We went here with some Chinese friends who live in the area. Very nice location with great staff and service. Chef was open to adjusting one of the selections for my wife. I thought the price was reasonable and a good selection of choices.
We wanted to try this place as we walk by it almost everyday and it always seemed busy.
It is not a fancy restaurant but functional.
Not a big menu but big enough. The portions were large and tasty so if you are a small...portion eater do not order an entree each. The Taiwanese style (a little heavier) is clear in the flavours.
I would give it a try if you are looking for this style of food which is not that common in Vancouver.More
There are quite a number of outlets in Richmond and Vancouver. We visited the outlet at Richmond. The food was overall average. As the outlet serves bubble tea, we ordered milk tea with pearl but the pearl was a tad tough. Not chewy enough.
We ate here tonight (4 hours ago).
1- we ordered five foods and they each happened to be not available! Waitress and I were laughing towards the end
2- the steak we ordered had so much meat tenderizer in it that my tongue has now...become tenderized.
3- The fried dumplings strongly tagged like pork.
It is so easy to do better than this.More
Date of visit: December 2016
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