The food was good and authentic, but the service was slow and unfriendly. We sat for 15 minutes before anyone brought water or took our order. We will not go back.
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Went there for dinner and was so excited to have their dim sums. Sadly though, they do not make them for dinner, and was left digging for other options. The duck was ok, but way too fatty and bony. The dumpling soup was good, but...More
We visited the restaurant on a recommendation from our hotel. It was very crowded as one would expect on a Saturday night, even though it was later in the evening. The hostess was very friendly and we only waited about 15 minutes for a table...More
This is a more formal and traditional Chinese restaurant. Lots of big families gathering for dinner on a weeknight. It was really hopping, yet service was still good for us, a party of 2. Really enjoyed the shrimp egg rolls- probably the best I’ve ever...More
Walked from the Aloft before flight out early in the morning to east coast for a simple dinner with moderate expectations...were we ever surprised. Smells fantastic the minute you enter. Hostess was a riot. She would not let me order a clay pot dinner because...More
This is one of the highet standard Chinese fine dining restaurant in the bay area. I have never left with disappointment after having meals here. The standard is always consistent and the food is always yummy. Of course, the price is on the high side....More
Excellent Dim Sum for the true aficionado but probably not for people with limited exposure to Chinese food.
Been here for dinner and Dim Sum for lunch. The Dim Sum is pretty decent. Good variety of dishes. Dinner is very good here too. I love the Walnut Prawn here and most of there dishes are just right. Not too salty, well most of...More
We were invited to a birthday celebration, the dinner were specially order for this occasion, the reservation were two weeks in advance, request for special item not in the regular menu, baby suckling with steam buns, steam Alaska King crab with special sauce, steam wild...More
We all (kids and adults alike) loved the dim sum here and with the most recent visit being 20 years ago, I can say not much has changed. The busy ambiance coupled with the carts full of food create a fun atmosphere.