It's a tiny cosy restaurant with a very Chinese feel. Food is really good. The tea selection is exceptional.
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Its not the first time I visit this place and I am always amazed of its success. The place is always full with beautiful people (and also some working ladies...) but nothing disturbing. Cocktails are great and very expensive. Table booking are very recommended specially...More
First of all, start by calling to reserve (absolutely mandatory), then find the little reastaurant and make your way through the 5 tables. Once you're there, sit down and start screening the big menu. There are dim sum, rice, rice pancakes, steamed bread, etc. Everything...More
We visited Le The on Wednesday lunchtime. Prior to our visit I had picture in my head as to what to expect, previous reviews mentioned a rude lady with attitude, not sure if she was the same one but she seemed quiet friendly throughout our...More
a little restaurant not far away from the main square Plainpalais serving really tasty dim suns! though tiny, the restaurant has a unique charm and will take you to Asia for the time of a meal or a tea, for which the choice is humungous!...More
this place never fails to deliver the most authentic dim sum in town! yes, the owner/waitress can come off as a bit rude, but the dishes speak for themselves! the place is tiny but you can always order dishes by phone for take-out.
Tiny, intimate, excellent food, attention to details, not suitable for group of friends: reservation a must.
My husband and I went here later in the evening (around 9PM) or so, and the tiny little restaurant was already very full. We were lucky enough to get a table, but getting to your chair can sometimes mean making other customers move. It's a...More
Their Dim sums are delicious, they are fresh and there is a lot of choice! The only downsizes are the space (it's too small so you'll need to book way in advance) and the service (the restaurant is owned by a couple. The husband does...More